Social Justice

Social Justice

We as Christians should stand up for injustice when we see it in our society. These books and resources discuss various social justice issues. 
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    Once upon a time, people knew their neighbors. They talked to them, had cook-outs with them, and went to church with them. In our time of unprecedented mobility and increasing isolationism, it's hard to make lasting connections with those who live righ... Learn More
  2. Joy Will Come: Exchange Shame for Redemption

    Lindsay Pepin Ophus, Scarlet Pepin, and Bethany Pepin

    $16.99
    Joy Will Come is a story of a gifted teenage girl with the seemingly perfect Christian life and family who was suddenly wrecked by the hidden secret of her high school pregnancy. Lindsay and her family's story is one of God's unconditional love and His... Learn More
  3. Oneness Embraced

    Dr. Tony Evans

    $16.99

    We must learn to live together as brothers, or we will perish together as fools. Martin Luther King Jr.

    With the Bible as a guide and heaven as the goal, "Oneness Embraced "calls God's people to kingdom-focused unity. It tells us why we don't have... Learn More

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    While the murder of his wife devastated Anthony Thompson, he and three other relatives of victims chose to privately and publicly forgive the shooter. Years later, the church and community still struggle to understand the family members' deliberate choice to forgive the racist murderer. But as Charlestonians have witnessed these incredible acts of forgiveness, something significant has happened to the community--black and white leaders and residents have united, coming together peaceably and even showing acts of selfless love... Learn More
  5. Kingdom Citizen (Digital)

    Dr. Tony Evans

    $9.99
    The news is filled with stories of violence, division, and despair. American politics have become polarized. Effective leadership is in short supply. Change may seem outside our reach. And Christians struggle to understand their role in reversing the d... Learn More
  6. Stolen

    Katariina Rosenblatt

    $14.99
    Sex trafficking is currently a hot news topic, but it is not a new problem or just a problem in "other" countries. Every year, an estimated 300,000 American children are at risk of being lured into the sex trade, some as young as eight years old. It is... Learn More
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    As the 2020 March for Life approaches on January 24 and FOF promotes Alive 2020, a 5-city event, Jim Daly visits with Jeanne Mancini, President of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund. They discuss the growing momentum in the pro-life cause... Learn More
  8. Under the Overpass

    Mike Yankoski

    $15.99

    "5th Anniversary - Updated & Expanded Edition
    With foreword by Francis Chan"
    Ever Wonder What it Would Be Like to Live Homeless
    Mike Yankoski did more than just wonder. By his own choice, Mike's life went from upper-middle class plush ... Learn More

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    The question asked by this story is not "Is abortion wrong?" but rather "Do American citizens have the right to say that abortion is wrong?" -from the Introduction

    On Friday, March 20, 2009, fifteen months after the City of Oakland, California, passed a law making it illegal to approach a woman entering an abortion clinic without her consent, Walter B. Hoye II went to jail for standing on a public sidewalk outside an abortion clinic with a sign saying, "God loves you and your baby. Let us help you."

    The ordained Baptist minister could have accepted a lesser sentence of community service, provided he agreed never to return to the clinic. But he preferred spending thirty days in the county jail to forfeiting his constitutional right to free speech and his Christian duty to offer help to women in need, most of whom were black like him. Two higher courts eventually exonerated him: one overturned his criminal conviction and the other judged that the enforcement of the Oakland "bubble law" was unconstitutional.

    Walter's dramatic days in prison, where he lived and preached the Gospel and won the hearts of fellow inmates, is detailed in this book. The political machinations that created the bubble law and then entrapped Walter are also described, using public records. Both stories are told in the context of Walter's background as the descendant of black slaves and the disciple of his hero, Martin Luther King Jr., whose niece, Alveda, has written the foreword for this book.

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  10. 13 Days in Ferguson

    Ron Johnson and Alan Eisenstock

    $25.99
    On August 14, 2014, five days after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown ignited race riots throughout the city of Ferguson, Missouri, the nation found an unlikely hero in Captain Ron Johnson of the Missouri Highway Patrol. Charged with the Herculean task of restoring peace between a hostile African American community and the local police, Johnson, a 30-year law enforcement veteran and an African American, did the unthinkable; he took off his bullet-proof vest and joined the protesters.

    The 13 days and nights that followed were the most trying of Johnson's life--professionally, emotionally, and spiritually. Officers in his own command called him a traitor. Lifelong friends stopped speaking to him. The media questioned and criticized his every decision. Alone at the center of the firestorm, with only his family and his faith to cling to, Johnson persevered in his belief that the only way to effectively bridge the divide between black and blue is to--literally--walk across it.

    In 13 Days in Ferguson, Johnson shares, for the first time, his view of what happened during the thirteen turbulent days he spent stabilizing the city of Ferguson, and the extraordinary impact those two historic weeks had on his faith, his approach to leadership, and on what he perceives to be the most viable solution to the issues of racism and prejudice in America. Learn More
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