Filtered by: Justice <Back to previous page Bible study: A radical vision of God’s justiceHow should God’s commandments in the Old Testament challenge the way we think about land and justice today? How big is your gospel?In 2013 I wrote about an encounter in Thailand with a sex worker while I was at a conference for pioneer missionaries. It went like this: How drama is ‘breaking the chains’ for boys from BrazilIn Brazil, children go to prison from the age of 12. Tragically, most of them are back in prison within a month of being released. After many years… I want authentic, true religion!The book of James contains a challenging message: Jesus never asked us to serve the poorJesus never asked us to serve the poor. He asked us to do something far more radical: he commanded us to seek his kingdom. It is impossible to seek… Living justlySupporting young people to be agents of change in their communities Meet the woman standing up against corruption in BrazilElda Valim lives in the resource-rich region around Cuiaba in Mato Grosso state, Northern Brazil. She grew up listening to her mother talking about… Q&A with Alexis Pacheco, Country Representative for Tearfund in Central AmericaOur series of Q&As with country directors continues with Alexis Pacheco, who is based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras and has worked for Tearfund for 20… Q&A with Alexis Pacheco, Country Representative for Tearfund in Central AmericaOur series of Q&As with country directors continues with Alexis Pacheco, who is based in Tegucigalpa, Honduras and has worked for Tearfund for 20… Reasons to be cheerfulThis is an amazing achievement. It still leaves 1.1 billion below the $1.25 per day definition of extreme poverty,* but it shows what can be done. It… What is restorative justice?Restorative justice is different from traditional criminal justice in three important ways... What makes a fair trial?What are the key elements of fair trials, and what can you do if these are not happening in your country?