Justice For All
A series on Biblical Justice
Justice For All - Part 5 • October 7, 2018 • Ray Hammond
Perhaps the most vulnerable people in our world are widows, children and the elderly. Unless we have direct contact with them, it's easy to push them and the risks they face into the margins. They sort of become out-of-sight, out-of-mind. But caring for them is at the heart of who God is. And he calls his followers to do the same.
Who Is My Neighbor?
Justice For All - Part 3 • September 23, 2018 • Mark Rouse
God does not tolerate prejudice against others because of their race or ethnicity. It questions his creation and disobeys the great commandments. And while most of us are not racist, we all have bias - an inclination toward preconceived judgments and opinions about others because of their race. However, God calls us to love our neighbor. Discover how to confront your own prejudices and love like Jesus loved.
The Least of These
Justice For All - Part 2 • September 16, 2018 • Mark Rouse
Many of us have financial problems. But most of us don't face financial poverty - or the brokenness it causes for those in poverty. Jesus taught that his followers have a responsibility to meet the needs of the poor. And the early church was defined by a generosity that met the physical and spiritual poverty of those around them. Discover how we can do the same today.
A God of Justice
Justice For All - Part 1 • September 9, 2018 • Mark Rouse
Our world is full of injustice. If it doesn't affect us personally, it's easy to ignore it. Yet, God calls us to be a people of justice. Why? Because justice is deeply personal to him. He upholds the cause of the oppressed, and expects us to defend them as well. Special thanks to The Bible Project (thebibleproject.com) for this week's bumper video.