Why Justice Needs to be a Team Sport

When I was in school, I ran track. Track is not a team sport. I was part of a team, but I ran on my own. Justice in America is too much like that. Instead of coming alongside someone facing injustice, we point to the starting line and tell them to start running. Justice as…

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Three Ways Justice is the Heartbeat of a Father


Fathers matter.  While it is common to attack fathers for being absent in families or an abusive presence, there are many fathers leaving justice legacies through courage, conviction and care.  Thank you for representing the heartbeat of our heavenly father. The Heartbeat of a Father Demonstrates Justice Through Courage You would take a bullet for…

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With one click you can support justice for all!


Administer Justice is thankful for Pulse Financial Services selection of us for their spring recipient of the Pulse Gives Back Award.  Pulse invites clients to nominate their favorite charity.  Matt and Amber Zerby, owners of Wasco Nursery and Garden Center wrote why they support Administer Justice.  The award means Pulse will give $10 for every…

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How to LIVE a Legacy like Dr. King

Dr. King

I don’t think Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. knew he would have a monument in Washington D.C.  He was less concerned about leaving a legacy and more concerned about living one.  A legacy is less about what you leave and more about how you live.  King chose to live his life in a way that…

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How to root emerging leaders in gospel justice advocacy.

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Christian Community Development Association celebrated 30 years this past week at their Rooted Conference in Chicago.  Nearly 5,000 people gathered to celebrate being rooted in a deep and abiding faith in God, a call to community and place, and a commitment to persevere in hope for the long haul.  I had the privilege of introducing…

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Justice Champion: Robin Gracie Travis-Murphree

GRACIE MURPHREE, JUSTICE CHAMPION Justice Champion Robin Gracie Travis-Murphree was asked so often how she survived the trials of her life that her answer, “By the grace of God”, led to the name by which she is now known: Gracie. The Lord confirmed this change through 1 Corinthians 15:10 and 1 Timothy 1:12. Gracie will tell you…

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Justice Champion: Killa Marti

Killa Marti is an attorney at Solano Law Firm and founder of Clarkston Justice Center in Clarkston, Georgia. Throughout her journey to Justice Champion, there were many confirmations of the calling on her heart. Killa’s mother, an attorney with 30 years of experience, taught her that God loves justice and He has called us to…

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The Powerful Truth about Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Memorial Day dates back in some form to 1868.  The holiday honors those who died in wars for America.  There is a deeper truth in the day which we do well to honor.  Here is the powerful truth about Memorial Day. Memorial Day is not about death, but life. Abraham Lincoln understood the powerful truth…

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How to actually Restore Justice in three steps

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Our justice system is broken.  Can it be restored?  If we believe God is the restorer of all things, that He makes all things new, then that must include broken systems.  Here is a quick look at how to actually restore justice in three steps. Step One:  Acknowledge the Problem. Our friends at Alcoholics Anonymous…

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How to Honor the Memory of 9/11


9/11 is one of those days seared into the memory of those of us old enough to remember.  My twin sons were two, but even they were glued to the television.  My wife has family in New York and her sister-in-law was working downtown.  Fear, disbelief, rage, despair.  Waves of emotion struck us all like…

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