Do Justice is a blog shaped by a variety of voices examining and reflecting on justice issues with a Reformed accent. The blog is run by two CRC ministries (Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue and the Office of Social Justice) at dojustice.crcna.org and some of the posts are also shared on the Network.
This is what it looks like when communities, churches, and individuals wrestle with injustice. Together we’re finding new ideas and perspectives, sharing better ways to engage in justice work, remembering our motivation, and growing our faith. This is also a place to learn more about the role of the church in justice work, why the church cares, and why this work matters. We hope you’ll find good company as we struggle with hard issues and hard work. We hope, too, that you’ll celebrate what God is doing through faithful people to bring his kingdom.
On Do Justice we pay particular attention to voices that are often marginalized. We aim for 25% percent representation of people of color among our writers and seek out diverse perspectives and readership with respect to age, gender, ability, location, et cetera, because we believe that the Body of Christ is stronger when all its members are honored (1 Corinthians 12:15-26). Find out how well we are meeting these goals on this page.
Wondering what we mean by “Reformed accent”? The Reformed family is a diverse family with a diverse range of opinions, and not all perspectives expressed on this blog represent the official positions of the Christian Reformed Church and its ministries—and that’s okay, because we’re having a conversation! You can read more about our official doctrines and positions here.
Join us as, “with tempered impatience, eager to see injustice ended, we expect the Day of the Lord.” (Our World Belongs to God stanza 6)