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Featuring forty days of reflections by spiritual leaders and writers from around the world, The Social Justice Bible Challenge is an extension of The Bible Challenge, a global initiative to encourage daily engagement with scripture and an exploration of the Word of God. Disciples wishing to spend more time engaging the Bible on topics from poverty, hunger, displacement, and the care of widows and orphans will have their cups filled over and over again by the words of Scripture and meditations from people across the Church who engage with these realities each and every day."The poor are on God's heart and should be on ours. We are called to fight poverty and injustice wherever we find it."-The Rev. Marek P. ZabriskieFounder, The Bible ChallengeBridging the gap between knowing the Bible and living it, The Social Justice Bible Challenge is for those seeking to deeply engaged in scripture, and connect their compassion to God's Word.
Authors include: Sally Bingham, Charles (Buck) Blanchard, Noah F. Bullock, Jamie Callaway, Adrian Cardenas-Torres, Andrew A.L. de Carpentier, Maria Griselda Delgado del Carpio, G. David Cesar, Jenny Te Paa Daniel, Stephen Davenport, Glenn N. Davies, Judy Fentress-Williams, A. Katherine Grieb, David E. Griffith, Frank T. Griswold, John E. Harris Jr., Mary M. Higbee, Angela S. Ifill, David Kasievich, Vicentia Kgabe, Mike Kinman, Robert V. Lee III, Mark MacDonald, Delene Mark, H.M. McFarling III, Sara Miles, Esther M. Mombo, Pamela M. Nesbit, Will O’Brien, Nurya Love Parish, Sonia H. Patterson, Nicholas T. Porter, Robert W. Radtke, Lee Anne Reat, Austin K. Rios, Sister Mary Scullion, Edmund K. “Ned” Sherrill II, Richard L. Tolliver, Winnie Varghese, David Vryhof, Hillary T. West, and Marek P. Zabriskie.
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