How to both give and receive justice now!


Tuesday, December 1, is Giving Tuesday.   The pandemic continues to impact all of us, but the poor are hit hardest.  They need access to justice for safety, stability, health, and opportunity.   You have the chance to make a difference.  Here is the impact you have when you give.  And here is an opportunity for you to receive.  Together we provide justice for all.

Torchbearers:  Giving hope to one of your neighbors.


Click the image to join in giving hope this Giving Tuesday.  Torchbearers provide monthly support.  Will you partner with a client in pursuing justice?  Each client provides a one-time, dignity fee of $30.  A monthly donation of $30 helps change the story of one person each month.  Consider supporting two or three at $60 or $90 a month.  Every gift has impact.

To thank you for your support, we are entering every monthly donor into a drawing to receive a copy of Tim Keller’s book, Generous Justice.  You do not give to receive, but we hope you win this powerful book demonstrating how we reflect our Creator when we are generous in doing justice.

For more read our blog What does being generous have to do with justice?

Torchlighters:  Giving justice to an entire neighborhood.


Click the image to hear how your support allows Angie to serve as a Justice Champion impacting an entire neighborhood in Arizona.  Torchbearers provide a one-time gift of $5,000 which launches a new gospel justice center.  Once opened, the center is sustained by $30 client dignity fees.  A one-time gift results in a life-time impact!

Matching Opportunity!

A generous foundation is doubling your gift of $2,500 or $5,000 up to $25,000 given in December.  Now you can impact an entire neighborhood for only $2,500.  Or double that impact with $5,000.  No one does justice alone and your gift empowers Angie and an entire team to use their gifts to provide justice for vulnerable neighbors.

To thank you for your support, we are entering every Torchlighter into a drawing to receive an autographed copy of Dr. Tony Evans’s book, Oneness Embraced.

For more from Dr. Evans on justice, read our blog, How can I be thankful in an unjust world?

The joy of giving!

As we enter the giving season, we want to say thank you.  Thank you for being generous.  Thank you for empowering vulnerable neighbors with the help of a lawyer and the hope of God’s love.  We know you will be blessed.

“Good will come to those who are generous and give freely, who conduct their affairs with justice.” Ps. 112:5.