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The Myth of Equality | Is it a Moral Responsibility to Think About Privilege?

Ken Wytsma on The Myth of Equality Ken Wytsma is the founder of The Justice Conference, the global pastor of Antioch Church, and the president of Kilns College in Bend, Oregon. He is the author of Pursuing Justice, The Grand Paradox, and recently released, The Myth of Equality: Uncovering the Roots of Injustice and Privilege. The …

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Guest Blog Post :: Mara Family

Guest Bloggers: Mike & Ann Mara Kijabe, Kenya, is a small village situated about an hours drive from the bustling capitol city of Nairobi. The main road out of the city winds its way up over 8,000 feet elevation along the rim of the Great Rift Valley. As one slowly ascends in elevation, the views …

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Trafficking

Chris Stollar, who was Dean of Faculty at Kilns College until recently moving to Ohio, sent me this article on trafficking he just had published by Relevant Magazine. Chris is a journalist who has a tremendous heart for justice and non-profit organizations. Click here or on the picture below to read Chris’ article (and make …

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LiNK

A year ago, two couples from Antioch moved down to So. Cal to work full time with a human rights organization focused on North Korea and North Korean refugees called LiNK (Liberty in North Korea). Attached with the organization is an award winning documentary called “Seoul Train” that is being shown in small venues around …

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Hardship

So here’s a quote from a Congolese gang rape victim being interviewed by Ted Koppel of Dateline in response to the question, “Why can you be so candid with me in sharing your very personal story” – after she talked about the diseases she received and losing her family and kids as a result of …

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