Social Justice

Hope in Christ Everlasting, Change in God’s Timing

I have been involved in the Red Light District (RLD) ministry for more than 3 years. The reason is simple: it is my church’s neighborhood, and I see a need.

God has given me a heart of compassion and mercy, and the passion for social justice. I often feel the pain and sorrow of…

Don’t think you are part of the problem? Well you are!

63. It’s just a number right? Like 56, 75 and 12. It bears no significance until you start placing it against the context of other numbers. Against 227,000,000 its really small, against Lee Ka Shings 33 Billion is seems tiny, yet 63 bears more significance to me than all of those massive numbers. It has…

Engaging Children with Justice

Recently a parent asked her 4 year old: What does it mean to be poor? Her son immediately got down on the ground and began to beg. What struck this mother was not that her son knew that being poor means having so little you need to beg, but rather what it would mean to…

Human Rights – The New Normal

I recently read an article about people deprived of their human rights, which lamented that they were not able to live the ‘normal lives of average young men and women’, enjoy the freedoms of a carefree life as experienced in a Western democracy, pursuing their own desires and career interests.

Hello! What in the world…

Guest Post: Human Trafficking – Finding A Way In

Ps. Matt Coulson interviews Jonny Browning, a Hong Kong based Journalist, advocate for justice and committed member of The Vine Church. He brings a knack with numbers and a desire for change into the social justice arena of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery.