“Here’s Life has designed this innovative study using both Scripture and a variety of resources on DVD. The student and teacher study guides will help your church explore issues of poverty and discover biblical directives related to the poor. Effective in either a 7-week or 14-week format, Compassion by Command also offers practical steps to help your church make a difference in your community.”
“Developing Racial Righteousness is an essential component of our spiritual growth which involves some very intentional practices. Here we offer some steps toward establishing right relationships with god and one another within a world that is increasingly diverse.”
“This Continued Dialogue (CD) Packet is designed to explore topics that might interest students who are more socially active and/or have justice-specific questions or issues with God or the Christian faith. These CDs are an attempt to expose the true Jesus that preached the Kingdom of God while caring for the poor, brokenhearted, marginalized and oppressed sectors of society. The Jesus that didn’t separate evangelism from justice, but lived them both out seamlessly in his life. The Jesus that looked more like a revolutionary than a religious leader, the one who lived out the love that he spoke about”
Problems like poverty, addiction, and homelessness are serious and complex. Passion alone won’t solve them. Seek Social Justice is a six-lesson DVD small group study guide that provides a framework for understanding and engaging human need. Combining real-world examples of effective action with the wisdom of Christian leaders like Chuck Colson, Al Mohler, and Marvin Olasky, it will challenge your ideas about social justice and how to transform lives in need.
“Peacemaking is an essential aspect of the Christian character. Notice the word peacemakers. Peace has to be made. It is not something that just happens. It is interesting that our sinful nature makes us peace-breakers. This is shown in today’s world as much as in the time of Jesus. Because of sin, people all too easily break the peace. “
“A one-page outline style word study of the word “reconciliation” in the Bible.”