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This coming year Do Justice will mark its 5th birthday.

It's hard to believe we've been cultivating this community for that long! We have shared hundreds of articles, and 212 of you have shared your reflections on biblical justice on this blog--from deacons to philosophers, poets to advocates, pastors to non-profit leaders, young leaders to seasoned justice champions. 

We want to discuss the questions that keep you up at night, the questions that you wish someone would talk about from a Reformed, justice-seeking perspective.

As we head into our annual planning of series and articles, we want to hear from you!

Can you take a few minutes to answer these 5 questions? We’ll use trends in these responses in our annual planning and share them with our Do Justice columnists. 

We are Reformed, and always reforming.

Do you have a few minutes? Take the survey:



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