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Using the social networks to raise awareness of domestic abuse

ACFJ is getting reports of people who’ve been blessed by getting info from their friends’ social network posts. Here’s how one user used the social network to promote the cause: I have been reading ACFJ for some time now. I listened to all 21 of Jeff C’s sermons on abuse and I think they might …

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Announcing New ACFJ Resources — a flyer and business cards

Barb and Jeff C are pleased to announce that Persistent Widow has come on board as an Editor at this blog. She’s been doing various things behind the scenes for some time, particularly in the area of lobbying. Some of you may remember that she has written some very challenging book reviews at Amazon. Lobbying …

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When Matthew 18 Breaks Down — by Persistent Widow, one of our readers

[Note from Jeff C and Barb: We are publishing this post to hold churches accountable and to expose the injustices they effect.] If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother. But if he does not listen, …

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A post you might like to comment on at The Gospel Coalition

A Few Reasons King’s Vision for America Remains Unfulfilled is a recent blog post by Thabiti Anyabwile at The Gospel Coalition (TGC). In his final paragraph, Anyabwile has this to say about America’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jnr’s legacy: It won’t do for us to “celebrate” his legacy while quietly lamenting his theology when our …

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