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Posted: January 23, 2015

In a world driven by more, this book empowers families to write a new script, one of giving.

 
Posted: January 19, 2015

We still live in racism’s grip. Justice is not inevitable, but something God calls us to work for.

 
Posted: January 16, 2015

I got sucked into the Serial podcast, just like the rest of North America. I loved it. I loved the real-life drama, the true-crime evidence, the ability to judge people's intentions and the validity of their testimonies.

 
Posted: January 13, 2015

Imagine for a moment that someone has caused you harm—stolen from you, vandalized your property, assaulted you, lied to you, killed a loved one. Make a list--what would you need from others so you could process the harm you have experienced?

 
Posted: January 9, 2015

Being involved in social justice work has had a greater impact on my faith than anything else in my life for many years. My faith has become much deeper, more confident, and more focused. And I think I’ve learned (rather, I’m still learning) a few important things. 

 
Posted: January 5, 2015

Do you have plans for how to stay alert to injustice in 2015? Or are you in danger of becoming apathetic?

 
Posted: December 22, 2014

The Mess is an open arts studio that provides opportunities to create art and relationships with those who struggle with issues of brokenness and poverty. At The Mess in Kingston, O

 
Posted: December 19, 2014

Do Justice has been around for a year and a half! Here are our greatest hits of 2014:

 
Posted: December 15, 2014

He said the conversation had been about our group and how it seemed like we thought highly of ourselves, standing on the outside of the circle looking in, and not talking to anyone.

 
Posted: December 12, 2014

This is my second Christmas in ten years not being employed by Jacob’s Well, a small non-profit in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, BC. In more way

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