Simple Ways to Practice Justice and Compassion
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The needs are real: children are dying from lack of access to basic nutrition and health care. Human slaves are trafficked in our home cities and around the world. Believers face prison time in East Asia. Racial injustice continues to fester in America.
It's not that I don't care, I just don't know what to do, is the heart cry of many American women. Daily life threatens to send us on emotional overload. It hurts too much to put a face to the victims. Unending media images leave us emotionally disengaged and we often skim over the tough questions: How do I live out caring for the poor when they seem invisible? Can I care for social justice when I feel broken and am in debt? Is it even possible as a middle-class, exhausted family to do anything meaningful for others?
, author Amber Robinson offers the tools women need to make the impact their hearts desire to make. Filled with helpful hints, inspired insights and solid biblical wisdom, this organized resource makes finding your compassionate feet easily accessible.
With clever charm and earnest exploration, Amber will help even the busiest of women find the right place to spend meaningful moments serving victims of social injustice.
Part I: Getting Real About Giving
1. Why Justice? Why Me?
2. Love Thing
3. Financial SOS (My Daily Bread)
Part II: The One Thing I Can Do
1. At Home
3. It's Just Business
4. Space Invaders
5. Away From Home
Part III: Reality Check
1. Real Mess, Real Rewards
2. How Do I Decide?
3. Mercy Rising
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