Sarah Sullivan is the President and CEO of Jericho Road Legal Services Ministry, a Christian legal aid based in Saint Johns, Florida.  She became aware of the unmet need in her community while working as a clinical professor at Florida Coastal School of Law. Moved by her pastor’s challenge to live out her faith seven…

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Let me share 3 absolutely wonderful lessons from Miracle on 34th Street.  Share yours.  I’m certain we are all familiar with the story.  Personally I prefer the original 1947 version, but the 1994 remake shares these three lessons as well. Lesson 1:  The meaning of Christmas found in a Miracle on 34th Street From the…

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by Bruce Strom Ever heard of George Muller?  Google him.  He had a crazy business plan – pray!  Seriously.  He prayed for provision and God provided.  George ran an orphanage in England so I’m not suggesting that every business leader throw out their Jim Collins’ books, but I am suggesting we can rely too heavily…

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In The Grand Paradox (published by Thomas Nelson this week) author Ken Wytsma invites us to sit around his dining room table and engage in “a frank conversation about the true nature of Christian faith.”  One can envision sitting in Ken’s house with occasional appearances by his wife, Tamara, and four daughters, talking philosophy, history…

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Every day I turn on the news to protest, violence, abuse and brokenness.  Angry reporters tell me the rule of law is disintegrating.  Angry people seem to agree as they burn police vehicles and take to the streets.  Death and destruction.  Confusion.  Fear. How can I be thankful? We celebrate Thanksgiving this year because of…

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By Bradley Merrill Thompson Brad is a shareholder in the Washington DC office of Epstein Becker Green. Although he works in Washington, he lives in Zionsville, Indiana and volunteers with the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic. In his spare time, Brad is an avid photographer who loves to document stories of justice. Lawyers need help –…

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This week a new book site launched to raise awareness on the need of  justice for all.   The trailer to the book tells my confession of my failure to understand the poor in America.  I don’t think I’m the only one who suffers from stereotypes of the poor, or a failure to appreciate the significant…

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So a Christian, a Jew and a Muslim walk into a hotel… Far from a joke, this is a historic presentation on how all Americans can work together toward achieving justice for all.  The presentation takes place this week at the American Bar Association’s Equal Justice Conference in Portland, Oregon.  The presentation entitled, “Restoring Faith…

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