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We invite you to join with us in 2015 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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Justice Friday: Justice like a turban

October 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Job 29:14 “I put on righteousness, and it clothed me; my justice was like a robe and a turban.” These were the words of Job in the Old Testament. The reason he was blessed, in his words, was because he served the poor, cared for the fatherless and loved the widow. This is the call of God on […]
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Justice Friday- Bono

September 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Today I went back to the year 2006. In light of  this weeks Apple announcements and the release of U2’s new album, I watched as Bono addressed the crowd at the President’s prayer breakfast. I was once again overwhelmed by the truth of how messed up the world is and how simple it would be […]
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Justice Friday- Jesus, where are you?

August 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

The other day my friend shared her story. It is extremely powerful, and helped me see Jesus in new ways. “I got on my knees and cried out to God. I want to see your face, I want to feel your presence, I want to know you. I know many can relate to this, who […]
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Top Khmer Rouge leaders sentenced

August 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two top Khmer Rouge leaders have been jailed for life after being convicted by Cambodia’s UN-backed tribunal of crimes against humanity. Nuon Chea served as Pol Pot’s deputy and Khieu Samphan was the Maoist regime’s head of state. They are the first top-level leaders to be held accountable for its crimes. Up to two million […]
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Ministry Update

July 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

We thought it would be encouraging to give you an update on our Cambodia trips this summer. Here are a few things that happened over the past 40 days. As you read through them be encouraged that God is moving for sure, and he choses us, his people to bring justice to the oppressed. Thanks […]
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Pina’s house

July 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Yesterday the team on the Matthew 25 Steps of Justice Cambodia trip worked in a slum just outside Phnom Penh. There is a ministry in the slum ran by a lady named Pina and her friend Antonia (they have a few male helpers as well). These ladies work in the slum and invite women working […]
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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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