• Immigration

    One of the best ways to love our immigrant neighbors is to advocate for immigration reform. These worship, discussion, and informational resources are meant to help individuals and congregations navigate this important issue.
  • Creation Care

    Our Creator God has made a magnificent, complex, beautiful world, and this world is not unaffected by what we humans do. Christians who are concerned for social justice shouldn't consider creation care and justice as separate or unrelated issues. Indeed, environmental degradation often first and most affects poor and vulnerable populations.  
  • Abortion

    God’s gift of life multiplies. We’ve taken that gift for granted. Abortion happens for a variety of reasons, rooted in humanity’s disregard for the value of life.
  • Indigenous Justice

    Dene. Navajo. Ottawa. Cree. Yakama. Haudenosaunee. Coast Salish. Tlingit. Indigenous peoples, often called Native Americans in the United States and First Nations, Metis, or Inuit (depending on the people group) in Canada, practice and develop their vibrant cultures throughout North America today.
  • Restorative Justice

    In Jesus, we see what love looks like: God restores the world. In the cross, God’s justice does is not retributive; it is instead peacemaking, reconciling, restoring and healing. Christ’s followers are called to subvert evil through love, pursue peace in conflict, work for the restoration of brokenness.
  • Refugees

    We engage in the hands-on work of resettling and befriending refugees in Canada and United States, but we also know that we must speak up on behalf of refugees to work for just policies.
  • Poverty and Hunger

    Ending world hunger and poverty requires more than compassion and more than sustainable development. It also requires justice.
  • Religious Persecution

    The freedom to worship and serve God is a God-given human right. And yet there is a growing epidemic of persecution of religious minorities around the world. These religious minorities are often also ethnic minorities who suffer economic and social isolation as well.