A Voice for the Voiceless
In this sermon on The Salvation Army and social justice, we are reminded The Salvation Army’s Founders were simply reflecting God’s heart for poor.
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A Gospel of Action
They were stirred up by by the poverty and injustice they saw around them. They realised that if the gospel was to have any effect on the poor of their time, then it needed to be backed up with actions.
The Salvation Army and Social Justice
Fighting for justice for poor was Jesus’ mission, the reason he came to earth. If social action was Jesus’ fight, then it’s ours too. Jesus’ mission is now The Salvation Army’s mission.
Will You Take Action?
You can take action against some of the current UK policies that are forcing people into destitution. Follow the link: http://www.jointpublicissues.org.uk/action/#TakeAction
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