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Below is bonus interview footage from experts featured in Seek Social Justice. Click on the video screen to play each selection.
Time in prison often destroys relationships with people outside. Learn how mentors can help ex-prisoners restore those relationships and get back on their feet.
Hear Chuck Colson explain what motivates Prison Fellowship volunteers.
Chuck Colson reflects on the greatest accomplishment of his life.
Bob Woodson describes his upbringing in West Philadelphia and what made him passionate about serving kids in the inner city.
Bob shares the lessons he learned about how the helping hand can wind up hurting by mistake.
What do we do when our efforts to love others don’t seem very successful?
Rudy Carrasco was set up to become just another statistic of brokenness in the inner city. Watch to see what happened instead.
Rudy Carrasco explains the common sense idea that the best help comes from the people who know you best.
Just how big is the influence of parents on kids? Rudy Carrasco shows how it is larger than you might believe, especially when it comes to education and religious faith.
Sean Litton explains that justice is the responsibility not only of government but of all of us.
What makes a justice system function well? Sean Litton describes the necessary elements.
Feeling overwhelmed by all the unmet needs in the world? Marvin Olasky suggests how to take important first steps in helping.
Learn what doesn’t work when it comes to helping the poor, so you can better figure out what does.
When it comes to seeking social justice, Christians don’t need to reinvent the wheel. Learn how Christians pursued this important goal in American history.
Al Mohler explains the powerful influence of experiencing ministry up-close and personal.
Mohler addresses the importance of people from different socio-economic levels participating together in the church.
Mohler calls the church to witness to a kind of justice that is holistic and relational, not just legal and remedial.
Star Parker went from welfare mom to business owner. Learn what helped her make the change.
Star Parker describes the joy of being a giver, not just a taker.
Star Parker addresses the question about what to do when someone on the sidewalk asks for a handout?
Anthony Bradley explains how help from families and churches worked in African American communities before the War on Poverty.
Bradley describes the impressive history of Christians caring for people when no one else would.
Anthony Bradley encourages people to use their imaginations and gifts to meet people’s needs effectively.
Jay Richards explains how the way we talk about “social justice” can shape our responses to human need.
Hear why Richards thinks that the problem with poverty isn’t that some people are rich but that some people aren’t. What should the true focus be when engaging poverty?
Do government employees care less about their fellow human beings than do ministry volunteers? Hear why Richards thinks the difference between the two lies elsewhere.
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