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Posted: February 13, 2023

A couple of weeks ago at a community collaborative meeting, I had the privilege of listening to and learning from a few survivors of human trafficking about ethical storytelling.

 
Posted: February 10, 2023

When you became a deacon, did you know what you signed up for? Most new deacons hear the Deacon’s mandate read at their ordination and then sit at their first meeting thinking – what now?

 
Posted: February 8, 2023

In the early hours of the morning on February 6th, a powerful magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked south-eastern Türkiye (Turkey) near the Syrian border, killing hundreds of people as they slept, injuring thousands more, and reducing five-sto

 
Posted: February 8, 2023

Let the King of my heart be the wind inside my sails and the anchor in the waves. - King of My Heart

 
Posted: February 6, 2023
Among the passages of scripture that Christians are inspired by is the parable of the Widow and the Judge found in Luke 18:1-8.
 
Posted: February 3, 2023

The Do Justice editor has invited me to contribute to “Do Justice” every three months, and this post marks the launch!

 
Posted: February 1, 2023

Jonathan Nicolai-deKoning (is the director of the Micah Centre at King’s University, which helps students explore ways of seeking justice in today's local and global contexts.

 
Posted: February 1, 2023

While we live in a world subject to the evil one, we belong to God.  Let us mourn, and let us dance. - Henri Nouwen 

 
Posted: January 30, 2023

Lead Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) Commissioner Murray Sinclair has the wonderful ability to speak important truths in great one liners.  Two of those one-liners have stuck with me for  the 7 years since the release of the fi

 
Posted: January 27, 2023

Dylan Roof wanted to start a war. On June 17, 2015, Roof felt his white race was losing the battle in maintaining white Southerner’s way of life where black people knew their place.

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