Injustice is what we are fighting against
but it’s people who we are fighting for.

BIBLICAL JUSTICE IS SIMPLY:
to live in a way as to not wrong another
& to fight in a way to make wrongs right.

BIBLICAL JUSTICE
IS SIMPLY:

to live in a way as to not wrong another
& to fight in a way to make wrongs right.

The root of injustice is spiritual,
while the nature of injustice is relational.

The root of injustice
is spiritual,
while the nature
of injustice
is relational.
As the Church,
we fight to restore
these relationships.

The root of injustice
is spiritual,
while the nature
of injustice
is relational.

As the Church,
we fight to restore these relationships.

WE ARE FIGHTING FOR THE LOST.

The “lost” is a word that typically defines those who are living life without Jesus. Whether they know of Him & choose not to follow Him or have never heard His name, we see this as an injustice. God purchased us though we didn’t deserve it. His judgment came through mercy & compassion through the life, death, & resurrection of Jesus. The world needs to know about His amazing grace. Jesus paid it all. But what about the “found”? Many of us acknowledge Jesus with our lips, but deny him with our life & everyday actions. Both groups are completely lost.

WE ARE FIGHTING FOR THE VULNERABLE.

Billions of people are ill-equipped to be productive citizens in their communities. This makes them vulnerable to the other evils. The orphan who has no access to education, the widow who lacks a skill to provide for her family, & the neglected who have never been given the chance to learn how to function in society are often lost, oppressed, sick, & poor.

WE ARE FIGHTING FOR THE OPPRESSED.

Our adversary comes only to steal, kill, & destroy God’s people. All over the world those in positions of power prey on the weak for personal gain. The love of money is the root of all evil & this manifests itself as many different kinds of exploitation. Humans are objectified, enslaved, & robbed of their dignity… simply for money. In North America, the enemy uses attacks like apathy, indifference, & self-indulgence to keep us from being the image bearers & co-creators we were meant to be. Humanity was made for freedom but billions live oppressed everyday.

WE ARE FIGHTING FOR THE SICK.

Whether it’s HIV in Southern Africa or mental illness in North America, people are sick & in desperate need of healing. Addiction, anxiety, & depression are the major causes of suicide. These people often lack access to medical knowledge & adequate healthcare that can both prevent disease & lead to their healing. As for those who will never see complete healing this side of heaven, God has a plan & can turn our pain into purpose. We were made to be whole. Even if we are never cured, everyone can experience healing.

WE ARE FIGHTING FOR THE POOR.

The bottom billion live on less than $2 per day. Single mothers & ALICE (Asset-limited, income constrained, employed) families are one disaster away from homelessness. Where a person is born & life’s unfortunate circumstances shouldn’t define who a person is. Over 2,000 scriptures in the bible speak to God’s heart & concern for the poor & how generosity & empowerment can break the cycle of poverty in a person’s life. Some of the most influential people in the world ascended from an impoverished reality. A hand up, rather than a hand out can help them discover their true identity & vocation in the world.

WE ARE
FIGHTING FOR
THE LOST.

The “lost” is a word that typically defines those who are living life without Jesus. Whether they know of Him & choose not to follow Him or have never heard His name, we see this as an injustice. God purchased us though we didn’t deserve it. His judgment came through mercy & compassion through the life, death, & resurrection of Jesus. The world needs to know about His amazing grace. Jesus paid it all. But what about the “found”? Many of us acknowledge Jesus with our lips, but deny him with our life & everyday actions. Both groups are completely lost.

WE ARE
FIGHTING FOR
THE VULNERABLE.

Billions of people are ill-equipped to be productive citizens in their communities. This makes them vulnerable to the other evils. The orphan who has no access to education, the widow who lacks a skill to provide for her family, & the neglected who have never been given the chance to learn how to function in society are often lost, oppressed, sick, & poor.

WE ARE
FIGHTING FOR
THE OPPRESSED.

Our adversary comes only to steal, kill, & destroy God’s people. All over the world those in positions of power prey on the weak for personal gain. The love of money is the root of all evil & this manifests itself as many different kinds of exploitation. Humans are objectified, enslaved, & robbed of their dignity… simply for money. In North America, the enemy uses attacks like apathy, indifference, & self-indulgence to keep us from being the image bearers & co-creators we were meant to be. Humanity was made for freedom but billions live oppressed everyday.

WE ARE
FIGHTING
FOR
THE SICK.

Whether it’s HIV in Southern Africa or mental illness in North America, people are sick & in desperate need of healing. Addiction, anxiety, & depression are the major causes of suicide. These people often lack access to medical knowledge & adequate healthcare that can both prevent disease & lead to their healing. As for those who will never see complete healing this side of heaven, God has a plan & can turn our pain into purpose. We were made to be whole. Even if we are never cured, everyone can experience healing.

WE ARE
FIGHTING FOR
THE POOR.

The bottom billion live on less than $2 per day. Single mothers & ALICE (Asset-limited, income constrained, employed) families are one disaster away from homelessness. Where a person is born & life’s unfortunate circumstances shouldn’t define who a person is. Over 2,000 scriptures in the bible speak to God’s heart & concern for the poor & how generosity & empowerment can break the cycle of poverty in a person’s life. Some of the most influential people in the world ascended from an impoverished reality. A hand up, rather than a hand out can help them discover their true identity & vocation in the world.

In the world, you will have tribulation.
But take heart; I have overcome the world.

In the world,
you will have
tribulation.
But take heart;
I have overcome
the world.

There is good news.

When the Church fights for justice,
we glimpse heaven here on earth.

Dreams are realized, lives are transformed
& peace prevails.

There is good news.

When the Church
fights for justice,
we glimpse heaven
here on earth.
Dreams are realized,
lives are transformed

& peace prevails.