Five Reminders that Justice Work Matters

Photo: ©2012 Wezzie Banda/World Vision

Photo: ©2012 Wezzie Banda/World Vision

“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’” —Matthew 25:40

As part of Women of Vision, we are always advocating for those who have no voice. Just recently we saw the fruit of our work through the passage of the Girls Count Act.

In Sojourners, Stephen Mattson wrote an inspiring article “Five Reminders that Justice Work Matters” where he explores the difference advocacy can make – in policy, in the lives of those whom we advocate for, and in us as we advocate.

“Never quit, and never underestimate your involvement in justice work, because it means passionately caring for humanity — people who are often the most vulnerable, persecuted, abused, helpless, and exploited. Which matters. Keep going. Stay inspired. Seek justice. Pursue God.”

Read the full article.

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