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Seek Justice

Psalm 9:9-10

9 The LORD is a refuge for the oppressed,
   a stronghold in times of trouble.
10 Those who know your name trust in you,
   for you, LORD, have never forsaken those who seek you.


These are organizations that I’m in a fan of.  As I blog about them, I post their links on this page for a one-stop-shop of organizations that are seeking justice in their communities and beyond.

Underground Justice & Aftercare Movement
UJAM is a human rights agency whose goal is to provide direct services to victims of human trafficking through direct legal representation, leading community action, and a residential program.

I used to work for these folks, so I’m obviously a fan. I think every college student should study off-campus for at least one semester. Do you know a college student who could benefit from a semester with a  state-of-the-art recording studio, or a Chinese business internship?

Drug and Alcohol treatment in Nashville, from the inside-out. These folks know what it means to treat a whole person, instead of just one issue.

Bringing justice to the poor and oppressed around the world because of a deep faith in the life of Jesus Christ.

Healing and restoring women who have a history of prostitution and drug addiction. They also sell lotion, candles, etc. Buy their hand-made candles!

Mercy Ministries

Residential treatment for young women who are suffering from abuse, neglect, cutting, eating disorders, and more. Mercy brings healing through Christ, community, and unconditional love.

These folks travel in big boats all around the world, providing health care to those who otherwise do not have access to it.

People Loving Nashville
Loving the needy of Nashville through food, clothing, and time. PLN strives to figure out how to participate in the lives of those in community by meeting physical needs, but refuses to limit community to physical needs of food and clothing.

By living life with those who some may call “the poorest of the poor”, Word Made Flesh seeks to bring the unconditional love of Jesus Christ to those who society often casts aside.

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