We view justice as a lifestyle,
not a program.
Simply put, we embrace the joy of justice as the re-making of the world in right order, re-aligning our relationships with God, others, ourselves, and creation—individually and systemically.
We are seekers of justice (righteousness) among all people in all places in every aspect of life – equitable, life-giving, empowering, and dignified relationships, institutions, policies, economics, and access to opportunity as a right distribution of power.
Justice is shalom in the neighborhood, the peace, presence, and wholeness of God, permeating local life through the love of neighbor, “Where nothing is missing and nothing is broken.” In Jesus, the world is being put back together again. We’re a people in process as we say yes to Jesus as co-sufferer with humanity, who chose solidarity with the oppressed, who offers living water right now across the dividing wall of hostility. In the words of Bethany H. Hoang, “And so, seeking justice—bringing right order and exerting life-giving power to protect the vulnerable.”
And with justice is an invitation to liberating life that begins now and lasts forever—the gospel of peace on full display.
Now that is really, really good news.