At the heart of our life together is a concept we often don’t think too much about – justice. Justice isn’t just about crime and punishment; it’s also about how we treat one another and how we treat the weakest and most vulnerable in our society. Join us in this series as we follow the example of the Old Testament prophet Amos to learn how to see injustice around us and discern how to respond to it.
During this series we’ll be learning from people who have significantly dedicated their lives to the pursuit of justice in different areas. This week we sit down with Amy Jackson to talk about homelessness. Amy is the director of Joshua Station, a transitional housing facility for homeless families.