From the four gospels to Isaiah to Micah and more, the Bible paints a clear picture that Christians should pursue justice, not just with words, but with action. These actions can help repair the credibility of the church while helping marginalized groups in addition to serving as a witness to the power of the Gospel.
An attorney, author, co-host of the Church Politica podcast and co-found of the (&) Campaign. Follow him on Twitter @JustinEGiboney. | ANDcampaign.org
From activists to local board members to pastors to state senators For the Love tells the story of what it can mean to be a Christian and be involved with politics. The interviewees know that the political process can be messy, but Christians acting distinctly and getting involved, especially at the local level, is one of the best and often overlooked ways to love our neighbors. This is a highly recommended resource and a great starting point on your learning journey.
In an engaging information packed 45-minute sermon Justin Giboney says, “Christians on both sides of the political spectrum need to ask themselves if they are going to be accomplices or cross bearers? Will we add to the tribalism and division or will we be models of civility and reconciliation? Walk with me into this tension.”
A well rounded discussion with southern Baptist leader Dr. Richard Land, the AND campaign’s Justin Giboney and Michael Wear, author Kaitlyn Schiess, recording artist Michael W. Smith with Issue One’s Weston and Zach Wamp moderating the talk.
Attorney Justin Giboney and pastor Christ Butler breakdown policies and headlines through a Christian worldview without a party bias. If you are disillusioned or without a party then this is the podcast for you. It is nuanced and challenging and a desperately needed point of view that is distinctly Christian, but not partisan.
Human dignity is one the major themes that flows throughout Compassion (&) Conviction. Humans are created in the image of God and that is what Christians should build their framework around for political engagement. Not a political party, not a tribe and not an ideology.
In an enlightening, information packed one hour episode Jude 3 podcast host Lisa Fields asks Vanna Cure, a manager for Prosperity Now, and Justin Giboney, founder of the AND campaign, the next steps after protesting.