Should Christians care about social injustice? We discuss why we believe so in this episode. It’s easy to get caught up in our day to day lives, but we must also stand with those who are being treated unfairly. We also share how Christian artists are using their platforms to address injustice.
- We must be aware of social injustices to pray for them or take action against them
- As Christians, we can find ourselves in a dilemma to support people addressing issues while we are against the issues.
- God desires us all to be saved, and to treat each other as we want to be treated
- Here’s the picture Welty mentioned
- Isisah 1:17 – Learn to do good; seek justice, reprove the ruthless, [a]defend the orphan, plead for the widow.
- Acts 10:34 – I most certainly understand now that God is not one to show partiality
- Matthew 22:37-39 – And He said to him, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ 38 This is the great and [a]foremost commandment. 39 The second is like it, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.
- Why the Church Should Support #BlackLivesMatter: A conversation with Michelle Higgins
- Sho Baraka Launches Movement That Doesn’t Separate Biblical Values From Social Justice
- How the Church Can Lead in Racial Reconciliation
- Made in America – Lecrae
- Madoff – Sho Baraka
- Precious Puritans – Propaganda
- Know I Now – Andy Mineo
- Freedom – Lecrae
- King – Sho Baraka
- Actions Speak Louder – Swoope