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IN THIS BLOG, I SHARE INSIGHTS INTO TODAY’S JUSTICE ISSUES, GOD’S HEART, AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION FOR THE BUSY PERSON WHO CARES ABOUT JUSTICE.

ABOUT ME

I am a lawyer, CEO, and speaker who builds communities of justice minded Christians to free people from legal burdens so they can flourish. I didn’t always care about justice. I...

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A Joyful Lawyer is Not an Oxymoron

My introduction to Administer Justice was unexpected. It started with a simple phone call from a friend. About halfway through our conversation he said that one of the churches in his town was looking into providing low-cost legal services through Administer Justice. He thought I would be a perfect fit as a volunteer attorney. I…

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4 Simple Ways Your Church Can Boost Community Engagement

Is your church looking for ways to reach out and engage your community? Community engagement is a huge need and opportunity for the local church. In our nation’s history, churches used to be viewed as pillars in their towns. They were often physically located at the center of town, and led in establishing hospitals, schools,…

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What Does the Gospel Have to Do with Justice?

Everything. For too long we have created a false dichotomy in the Christian world between pursuing the gospel and pursuing justice. They are interconnected. The Gospel In its narrowest sense, the gospel is the gift of eternal life found in Christ through the atonement of his death and resurrection. But Jesus expanded an understanding of…

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12 Books on Justice That Can Change Your Life

As a Christian organization committed to justice for all, we read many books on justice. The power of a book to change you has been proven in multiple studies. Books and stories about justice, in particular, have the power to: Inform us Disturb us Ignite us Dispatch us Just as reading the Bible is useful…

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What happens when the Church does Justice?

I love the church. Unfortunately, today those words are as well received as saying I love lawyers. Why? For many, both groups are viewed as apathetic to the needs of the poor and vulnerable. What if we could change that perception? What happens when the church does justice? Where is the church? The pandemic was…

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