Search ResultsUnimaginable Words This Maundy Thursday or Good Friday service is patterned after tenebrae, a service of shadows or darkness. The theme is the disciple Peter's reflections on his "unimaginable words" denying Christ and his beginning to heal afterwards.
Let Justice Flow like Streams©
God of freedom, God of justicePD
See more hymns... How Not to Make Justice into a Program at Your Local Church We fall short when we do justice at a distance. David Fitch wants to recover a connection between the church and the poor, to bridge the distance, to see Christ’s justice as a way of life. | | Truth, Justice, and Righteousness Efrem Smith argues that we must understand and connect truth, justice, and righteousness in our lives and in the church in order to advance the reign of God. | | Dallas Willard – Can Social Justice Be Just Another Works-Righteousness Gospel? This blog post by David Fitch is about how to avoid social justice movement in the church being just works based righteousness. It is suggested that the key is to start from the "Kingdom of God." | | Theology On Mission Podcast #8: On Not Just Adding Justice This podcast episode discusses how adding a "justice" ministry, but keeping everything else about the church the same, is not being "missional" and doesn't help much with justice. | | Christian Social Justice in the Twin Cities This blog post is about discovering in today's context what Isaiah 58 (and similar themed passages) calls for us to do in terms of social justice. | |