jewels

We are adding jewels for His crown by adding Jules to our staff.  Julie (Jules) Roper joined our team as our new COO.   I’ll introduce her to you.  But I also want to know how you are adding jewels for His crown in 2020. You are God’s Jewel The book of Zechariah says, “The Lord…

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Initiative

I am excited to announce the successful completion of Gospel Justice Initiative.  In the days ahead we will be changing our web site and materials to reflect our decision to now use the name Administer Justice. The Initiative Succeeded! Webster defines initiative as “an introductory step, introductory, preliminary.”  In 2011 John Robb (left) and I…

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favorite gift

I remember visiting the mall and telling Santa all I wanted for Christmas.  How about you?  Some years the list was embarrassingly long.  Probably like me, you forget all the presents over time, but I bet one stands out.  What was your favorite Christmas gift ever? The greatest Christmas gift No cheating.  We all know…

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truth

As we enter 2019 we have new opportunity to advance God’s Kingdom of justice and righteousness.  Here are 3 ways to administer TRUE justice in the year ahead. 1.  Find the truth I encourage you to read Isaiah 59.  Isaiah was a prophet and the chapter is a blog post for today.  Isaiah relays the…

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open the gates

Do you believe Micah 6:8?  “He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to DO JUSTICE, LOVE KINDNESS, and to WALK HUMBLY with your God.”  On Friday, October 19, 564 registered guest gathered at STRONGER to live out Micah 6:8.  Here’s how you can join…

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reception

Did you hear?  Administer Justice (AJ) and Gospel Justice initiative (GJi) tied the knot.  After a five year friendship and five month courtship, the Justice’s got married on Saturday, September 15.   Whether you are a friend of the groom or the bride we invite you to a celebration reception on Friday, October 19 at the…

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racism

“Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country.”  Patrick Henry.  Christians have dual citizenship in heaven and earth, and should doubly stand against tyranny, oppression and evil.  We must not stand silent.  Here are three daring ways for Christians to easily attack racism. 1.  Get out of…

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by Bruce Strom “I swear before God not to reject, for any consideration personal to myself, the cause of the weak, the stranger, or the oppressed.” The oldest oath of the lawyer found in the Canton of Geneva. October 25-31 marks the 7th annual national pro bono celebration week.  The event is sponsored by the American…

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By J. Denise Arnold Pictured left to right:  Abigail (5), Eric, Denise and Jacob (6).  J. Denise Arnold obtained her Bachelor of Science from Bradley University in Peoria, IL and juris doctor from John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL.  She practiced law for several years but today is happy to spend her time as…

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