Justice Revival is an inclusive Christian ministry pursuing the biblical call to do justice on behalf of the least of these. In a culture deeply divided about what justice requires, we proclaim that doing justice means upholding the divinely bestowed human rights of all people, especially those on the margins—the widow and orphan, the prisoner and stranger. We empower Christian communities with knowledge and understanding of the source and strength of universal human rights, uniting with them to pursue a world free from injustice.


About Us

Who We Are

We are an emerging Christian community moved by concern about the discrimination, injustice, and violence that many people face when their fundamental human rights are violated…

Our Mission

Our mission is to inspire, educate, and mobilize Christian communities to respond faithfully to the biblical call to justice…

Our Vision

Our vision is a just and equitable society in which every person can experience abundant life…


What We Do


We promote a culture of human rights in the United States by providing religiously literate human rights education…


We forge relationships and foster collaboration between Christian congregations and professional human rights organizations…


We marshal the cultural, spiritual and intellectual resources of the Christian tradition to advocate with a prophetic voice for justice and human rights for all…

In the News

Justice Revival Founder & Executive Director Allyson McKinney Timm Named Among 10 Faith Leaders to Watch in 2018

The Center for American Progress named Allyson McKinney Timm as one of 10 Faith Leaders to Watch in 2018. In announcing the list, CAP explained:

“These leaders are emblematic of the best of faith communities: a hopeful belief that justice can and will be done by people working with and for one another, and the perseverance to fight despite seemingly endless challenges.”

Read the full article to learn more about the faith leaders and organizations recognized for their contributions.

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