by Kristi Burton Brown
Justice cries out for action—from you—today.
Social justice is no longer a hidden topic. Christians now understand that it is indeed biblical. But it may not look the way you think; it may not sound the way you’ve been told. Do Justice is a hands-on guide that will allow you to dive in and discover what you can do now in your corner of the world. Hear the stories of brave men and women who have gone before, and be inspired by the work of others as you make your own action plan.
After all, God doesn’t expect you to do everything, but he does ask you to do something. What is your something?
Chapter One: A Maverick for Life–Kristi’s Story
Chapter Two: Christians in the Culture
Chapter Three: Abortion: The Voices Who Cannot Speak for Themselves
Chapter Four: Foster Care and Adoption are Brave New Worlds
Chapter Five: Rescue: Human Trafficking and Slavery
Chapter Six: The Real War on Women: The Plight of Women Worldwide
Chapter Seven: On Every Street Corner: Homelessness, Poverty, and the Worldwide Refugee Situation
Chapter Eight: Appointed to Die: Advocating for People with Disabilities in a Society That Discards
Chapter Nine: How Pastors and Christian Leaders Can Set the Example
Chapter Ten: Can I Really Change Things?
Chapter Eleven: How to Develop a Plan of Action
Chapter Twelve: Why We Fight
Kristi Burton Brown is a Christian attorney, a stay-at-home mom, a journalist and editor for Live Action News & Opinion, and a political op-ed contributor for The Christian Post. Since her teen years, she has worked in social justice issues and cares deeply about giving a voice to those who have none.
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