Voices of Justice Blog

Loyalty and Justice by Kezia Hatfield, L.M.F.T.

Loyalty is an ever-developing revelation for me. Working for many years with survivors of sexual exploitation and complex trauma, as well as being a mom, daughter, sister, friend—the injustices are very personal. Loving my enemies and seeking justice can easily...

read more

Freedom = Hope by Marissa Smithson

What does freedom mean? When I think ‘freedom’ – I think ‘hope’. Freedom means you can dream about what your future could be. Freedom also means you have the power and ability to make that future a reality. My freedom means if I want to become a teacher, I can study...

read more

Freedom Through Forgiveness by Cindy Powell

If you met her today, you would never know there was a time Maria Suarez had no hope for the future. Subjected to circumstances that would break even the strongest among us, she spent her days fighting to stay safe and sane. She wasn’t living; she was barely...

read more

Digging Deep by Andrea Aasen

Within the hollows of any tree is a root system that runs deep.  This month, I have been reminded of the “roots” of injustice that occupy nations, keeping individuals and entire regions captive.  Roots such as poverty, lack of education, hopelessness, and breakdown of...

read more

Where Were You?

Matt Freidman has been fighting human trafficking for over 20 years now. I find his talks inspiring and heartbreaking at the same time. In this TEDX talk, he discusses a young woman who asks us all a very difficult question. Please take a few minutes (it is only 10...

read more

Busy People Can Fight Sex Trafficking

So you want to do something about human trafficking. Maybe it was the article you read in the newspaper, or the documentary you watched last year. Maybe it was the survivor who bravely shared her story, or the statistics you read all over the Internet. You’ve already...

read more

What is in Your Hand?

Grace As Justice is a Publication To Combat Human Trafficking and Slavery. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. What's in your hand?  

read more

Please Don’t Enslave My Sons!

There is a story I love in 2 Kings 4 of the Old Testament that speaks of the prophet’s widow and her encounter with Elisha. It bears a quick read: 2 Kings 4:1-7 1. A certain woman of the wives of the sons of the prophets cried out to Elisha, saying, “Your servant my...

read more

The Role of Faith in VOJ

"May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit."- Romans 15:13 Hope. Such a precious commodity. Such a powerful resource. Such an incredibly necessary element of life. When...

read more

New Publication Schedule, New Columns, New Season!

There is a LOT of NEW going on with Grace as Justice! As I look back at the three blog posts I've written since taking over as editor of GAJ several months ago, they all have one thing in common: the word NEW. I suppose that is to be expected in a time of transition....

read more

We’re Adding New Features!

Grace as Justice magazine will be adding several new regular features beginning in our November edition. If you would like to contribute, contact us today!

read more

Pin It on Pinterest