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We invite you to join with us in 2016 as we head over to Phnom Penh, Cambodia for our Steps of Justice trips. On these trips we  connect with NGO’s and ministries that are doing justice on the ground, dealing with issues of poverty, trafficking and land grabbing in Phnom Penh. 

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YWAM Ships Kona, HI

November 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

For the past 3 plus years Steps of Justice has been partnering with YWAM Ships in Kona HI. YWAM Ships is committed to the poor and the isolated of the world. Together we have trained hundreds of students and have seen people groups impacted by the good news of Jesus in Thailand, Cambodia, Micronesia, Australia […]
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Cambodia and a girl from the PNW

November 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

Here is a post from our friend Regan Watkins who came to Cambodia with us in 2014 as a part of our Steps of Justice staff. Regan hails from the PNW and talks about her time in Cambodia and some events that changed her life.  I love this post and thought it would be good to post […]
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Famous last words from Jesus

October 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Social Justice refers to the idea of creating a society that is based on the principles of equality and solidarity, that understands and values human rights, and that recognizes the dignity of every human being (taken from Kilns College). Jesus last words in Acts 1 were basically this “go, quit standing around looking at me […]
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Why I don’t believe in short term mission.

October 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

I have been leading short term trips for the past 20 years. I have brought teams to Haiti, Mexico, Brazil, Cambodia, Thailand, Costa Rica, Seattle, San Francisco, China, Korea and the Philippines. Even though all of these trips were short term trips and even though I work with a short term mission organization called YWAM, […]
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Calling all Storytellers

October 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

This summer we are taking three trips to Cambodia with Steps of Justice. The trips consist of 3 parts: 1. Awareness of injustice issues, both in Cambodia and the world. 2. Education on what we can do to fight injustice through the meeting of local NGO’s. 3. Practical work on the ground in Cambodia to […]
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October Justice Awareness

October 1, 2015 | 0 Comments

Good morning and welcome to October. October Justice Awareness has officially begun. This is our 5th year going through this event. We would love to have you journey with us. It’s not to late to sign up, you can do that over at October Justice Awareness and then head over to the October Justice Facebook page. […]
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Who is Steps of Justice?

Steps of Justice is a registered 501-c3 not-profit Christian organization. We are a movement that brings awareness of injustice issues to others and provides practical steps that help you and I do justice. We are an awareness movement that leads to action. Our Vision is simple:

Steps of Justice is called to partner with local churches, communities and activists to bring awareness, education and practical steps that help us engage in serving the poor and oppressed of the world. Simply put, we want to help everyone in the world do justice.

We do this through the following ways:


Simple Steps

Simple steps is what it’s all about. Here are a few that you can do to get more involved.

  1. Pray- Pray that God gives you His heart for areas of injustice. William Wilberforce paved the way for the abolitionist movement through prayer.
  2. Educate- Educate yourself on injustice issues through this site and the Prayer Guide, then educate others.
  3. Encourage- Encourage others to get involved in areas of injustice, they can start with the Prayer guide or a Steps trip.
  4. Support- You can support Steps of Justice financially, or support us by liking us on Facebook/Twitter
  5. Rescue- Rescue the oppressed. You can do this by volunteering at a homeless shelter in your town, or supporting local and international rescue missions.
  6. Restore- Help restore people to wholeness through coming on a trip with us, or supporting a restoration ministry in your town.

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