Voices of Justice Blog

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...

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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...

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An Interview with Tim Swarens by Hallie Schaefer

Tim Swarens is the opinion editor of The Indianapolis Star, the most prominent news source in Indianapolis, Indiana. He has been in the journalism field for over thirty-four years now, heading projects that have won Sigma Delta Chi, National Headliners and Robert F....

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The Simple Kind by Jenna Funkhouser

Two years ago, I attended a seminar in Amsterdam on global sex trafficking and met many people doing world-changing work. One of those incredible women was Molly Hardwick, who later went on to found The Simple Kind, an ethical clothing company employing women who have...

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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...

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God is Welcome

Grace As Justice was an idea given to me - I strongly believe - by God. After much thoughtfulness and prayer, I have determined to make sure this magazine does everything possible to glorify Him. We still welcome anyone who wishes to be a part of the magazine - but...

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