Tag: justice

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH: Women justice leaders

WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH: Women justice leaders

Let’s celebrate women’s history month. Since 2006, the VineyardUSA movement has maintained a clear, public stance that every area of leadership is open to both men and women who have the desire for humble service to the community of believers and whose God-given gifting and calling […]

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What’s a Kingdom Response to the Refugee Situation, Racism, and Politics?

What’s a Kingdom Response to the Refugee Situation, Racism, and Politics?

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? [photo: alamy]  In light of recent events and in honor of Black History Month, VJN has brought together some resources to help you navigate this season of remarkable political divisiveness with a […]

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Spotlight Interview: Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition

Today, we interviewed Brian Wo from the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition. We began by asking him to tell us a little about what BAATC does. We started the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition (BAATC) because we surveyed the landscape of the anti-trafficking movement in the San […]

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Spotlight interview: Ending Poverty with Liz Theoharis

Spotlight interview: Ending Poverty with Liz Theoharis

In today’s spotlight interview, VJN interviewed Liz Theoharis from the Kairos Center in New York. In this video she gives us her take on how to address the issue of poverty and homelessness and how church leaders can create environments where people of affluence and […]

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Book Review: With Justice for All by John Perkins

This review was written by VJN intern Sydney Wilson. Sydney is a psychology major at Liberty University. With Justice For All is an excellent book focusing on reconciliation and justice between different ethnic and racial groups. Growing up in a small, racially discriminative town in […]

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