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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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Cambodia by Regan Watkins

February 19, 2015 | 0 Comments


Here is a post from my friend Regan Watkins who came to Cambodia with us in 2014 as a part of our Steps of Justice staff. Regan talks about her time in Cambodia and some events that changed her life.  I loved the post and thought it good to post again. We still have room on […]
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Why to do justice

February 16, 2015 | 0 Comments


Why Should Christians Do Justice by Morgan Keach Jesus is about to enjoy dinner at a particular pharisees house. Instead of washing up first, as the law requires, he just starts digging in to the food. Imagine the horror! Doesn’t Jesus know you are suppose to wash before eating or else you are defiled? The […]
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Justice Friday by Tom Davis

January 16, 2015 | 0 Comments


Wanted to post from the vault today (a few years back) for this Justice Friday. Here is a post from Tom Davis, a warrior for the placing of orphans into families. Take some time to read todays post and respond how the Spirit leads. What is going on in our world? 153 million orphans on […]
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Merry Christmas from the Queen

December 25, 2014 | 0 Comments


The gift of Jesus Christ that brought forgiveness and reconciliation is so beautiful. This speech from the Queen puts it into words simply. Merry Christmas.  
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Justice Friday- From the vault

December 12, 2014 | 2 Comments


Have you ever seen injustice with your own eyes?  It is pain.  It is stirring.  It is infuriating. In September of 2009, I was walking the streets of Tijuana’s redlight district called Zona Norte.  In front of the main prostitution bar, stood a young girl at the age of 6 with her mother who was […]
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The Philippines, it’s too soon.

December 9, 2014 | 0 Comments


One year ago, almost to the day I got an email from my friend Phil Cunningham from Steps of Justice. It was an email asking me to prayerfully consider going to a town that had been hit by a typhoon in the Philippines. The name of this town was Tacloban. I can’t remember what was […]
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About

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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