Joining together to provide help & hope for those oppressed by legal injustice
‘Justice for all’ is not merely a phrase in our Pledge of Allegiance, but a timeless value. Yet millions of Americans are unable to access justice for protection from fraud, abuse and unfair practices. Gospel Justice tells their compelling stories while sharing the hope that is possible when Christians get involved by loving their neighbors. Gospel Justice calls churches across the nation to transform lives by serving both the spiritual and legal needs of the poor through Gospel Justice Centers supported by Administer Justice.
It is not only a book for lawyers or pastors, but a cry for each of us, the whole body of Christ, to join the cause of legal justice for the oppressed.
“I make Gospel Justice available for people who really need to understand what the Gospel has to say about justice…Bruce Strom’s exposition of the scripture and application to the poor is spectacular.”
—Tony Evans, president of The Urban Alternative and senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship
“We are all called to ‘loose the chains of injustice…to set the oppressed free.’ Bruce Strom gives an inspiring example for fulfilling this call.”
—Richard Stearns, president emeritus of World Vision US and author of Lead Like It Matters to God
“This book combines the clear biblical teaching about justice with practical insights and examples as to how it should be applied.”
—Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Pastor Emeritus, The Moody Church
“Bruce Strom has been a pioneer in challenging the church in the United States to seek justice for the vulnerable in our society.”
—Matthew Sorens, US Director of Church Mobilization, World Relief; Author, Welcoming the Stranger
“The stories will make you cry. The biblical material will challenge your mind. And the combination of evangelism and social justice is fabulous.”
—Ronald J. Sider, Eastern University; Founder, Evangelicals for Social Action
“This book will stir your soul and prompt you to seriously consider what Jesus’ words ‘Go and do likewise’ means for you personally and practically.”
—Carol Thompson, Retired COO, Christianity Today
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Dive deeper into Gospel Justice and Do Likewise
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