Fearlessly Pursue Justice

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Pursuing a life of justice is a spiritual journey. It's a continual growth process in which God works within the life of a believer, shaping them into the person He created them to be—one who is like Jesus. Jennie Allen, founder and visionary of the IF:Gathering, author of two books and Bible studies including Stuck, Chase, and Restless, talks about her passion to engage and equip women to fearlessly pursue the justice and social issues of our world.



Jesus took care of people's spiritual as well as their physical, social, and emotional needs. He healed people and offered them salvation. How do you model Christ in offering people the gospel (evangelism) as well as giving them tangible relief and aid (practice justice)?
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Read Micah 6:8. What does it mean to act justly? How does it differ from having compassion?
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Why do you think its important for women to understand what it means to practice justice? What do women offer that is unique in combatting injustice? How can acting justly demonstrate God's love?
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Scripture says that "I, the Lord, love justice." It's such a part of who God is and what God intends for people. In what ways are you involved? How can you get involved? How can you get others to participate with you?
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Jennie said, "God has allowed time in the world for us to be friends with women in other cultures around the world. And I think if we could pursue that rather than charity, but pursue pure friendship with these women, reach out to them in love and in grace, and understand where they are coming from, I kind of think that together we can solve some of these problems."



If you would like to read more about what it means to surrender everything to God and commit your life to glorifying God, you can find Anything by Jennie Allen HERE