Freedom is critical for the flourishing of people.  Freedom is deeply connected to justice.  Here are five ways to understand the value of freedom in the work of justice.  Freedom and Faith. This Sunday is Freedom Sunday.  Our friends at International Justice Mission are spotlighting human slavery.  Join us and access the free resources available…

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Do you honestly believe Americans are genetically flawed such that we create seven times as many prisoners as the rest of the world?  There are 10.2 million people incarcerated world-wide with 2.24 million in the United States.  That is seven times higher per capita than anywhere else in the world.  Almost one-third of our citizens…

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On Monday, April 7 a historic summit will take place on the campus of Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee.  Never before has a state Supreme Court initiated a discussion with communities of faith and sought their involvement in making access to justice possible.  Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Janice Holder is convening the Tennessee Faith &…

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There is much chatter across the web this week on the federal budget.  Is assistance toward safety net programs helpful or harmful?  That is a broader discussion but whether through government support or individual support, civil legal aid is critical to the foundation of democracy.  The first article ever published on civil legal aid in…

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