Join A Faith That Does Justice’s Call for a Cease Fire in Israel and Gaza
A Faith That Does Justice condemns Hamas’ indiscriminate assault upon Israel and the loss of innocent civilian life. Moreover, while Israel has the right to defend itself from such terror, the pledge of vengeance that will kill more innocent people is also deplorable. History has shown that violence only begets more violence. True peace is achieved when justice is available to all.
A recent editorial in the Boston Business Journal (9-13-23) cited several reasons to let migrants join the workforce in Massachusetts. They are a part of the lifeblood of the Massachusetts economy and good for the state’s business, as they fulfill major workforce needs despite the steep short-term costs in doing so.
A Faith That Does Justice moved its home to Emmanuel Church. We have been warmly welcomed by the leadership at Emmanuel Church and even invited to expand our ministries as we establish our program there.
It is so easy to ignore the homeless among us as their presence can make us uncomfortable. Dr. Jim’s response is to say that the least we can do is to recognize their human dignity and greet them with a kind, “hello”. It is something to keep in mind as we go about our so often comfortable lives.