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What You Can Do Today to Help Realize America’s Greatest Promise  

What You Can Do Today to Help Realize America’s Greatest Promise  

Last Independence Day, I co-authored an opinion in The Columbus Dispatch with Tarunjit Singh Butalia of Religions for Peace USA and Rev. Jack Sullivan Jr. of the Ohio Council of Churches calling on Ohio Sen. Rob Portman — a fellow person of faith — to support S.J....

After Roe: Prioritizing the Poor and Remaining Steadfast for Equality

After Roe: Prioritizing the Poor and Remaining Steadfast for Equality

As we continue to absorb the striking news of the Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, we are especially concerned–as I know many of you are–about how this abrupt and dramatic shift in the law will affect the lives, families, health, and...

On Juneteenth, We Celebrate and March Toward Liberation

On Juneteenth, We Celebrate and March Toward Liberation

This Sunday, our nation commemorates Juneteenth, in honor of the redemptive day in 1865 when enslaved people across the state of Texas were finally liberated–two and a half years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Even after the Confederate...

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Love

At the heart of Justice Revival’s mission is Jesus’ commandment to love one another as God loves us (John 13:34). We seek to create community where the radical welcome of Jesus is offered to all, for as the apostle Paul preached, there is no distinction in God’s love (Gal. 3:28)

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Justice

Believing that the Good News of Jesus’ ministry means liberation for all, we are devoted to the cause of justice and the struggle to end all forms of oppression (Luke 4:18-19). We regard justice as an essential tenet of the Christian Gospel and the prophetic biblical witness, central to the work of the Christian Church and the spiritual life of its people (Micah 6:8).

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Truth

With regard for truth, we are committed to listening deeply to those affected by injustice and standing together in solidarity. In the spirit of truth, we acknowledge that our biases perpetuate destructive stereotypes, and place our hope in transformation through the renewing of our minds (Rom. 12:2).

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Peace

We strive to repair the breach that results when human relationships are fractured by racism, sexism, xenophobia, homophobia, nationalism, or socio-economic inequity. We look beyond existing divisions for common ground where reconciliation is possible and relationships can flourish in the peace of Christ (Col. 3:15).

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Faith

Believing the wellspring of ministry is communion with Christ, we root all of our endeavors in growing lives of Christian faith. Trusting that apart from God we can do nothing, we depend on the spirit of the living God rather than resting on human wisdom (1 Cor 2:1-5).

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