16 December, 2011
As this series of the JUSTSalvos webcast draws to a close, we look at the THEOLOGY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE with Prof Mark Brett.
Why do we do what we do? Why do we believe what we believe?What does the Bible and the life of Jesus tell us about how we should see ourselves and others in the context of our community and our relationship with God?An insightful chat and a great resource for your small group or leadership team!
09 December, 2011
Just Salvos E-newsletter – December Edition
Well, we didn’t achieve world peace, but I think we’ve all come along a little further for seeing a better world for the most disadvantaged and marginalized in our world.
In this Christmas season we must remember that Jesus came to bring peace, hope and freedom, not just for eternity but for here and now. If we join our hearts to his, let us also join our mission to his.
It’s been wonderful being The Southern Territory Social Justice Director and I look forward to hearing about the wonderful things that will happen in the future.
Merry Christmas and happy New Year,
Captain Gen Peterson
Territorial Social Justice Director
Just Salvos Webcasts:
With Christmas just around the corner, here is our Ethical Consumption pack once more. We also have the “2011 Ethical Consumption Guide” now on sale for only $3 each. If you would like one, please contact us at email@example.com
November Pack – Ethical Consumption (Abolitionist Sunday)
Just Salvos Webcast with Steve Cooke
Church Info & Resource Guide (World Vision)
Bible Study (World Vision)
Sermon Notes (World Vision)
Ethical Shopping (War Cry)
Procurement Guide (Fairtrade Australia & New Zealand)
Just Gifts Christmas Projects
Just Gifts has helped increase the health and wellbeing of thousands of families in some of the poorest communities in the world. Giving a gift from the Just Gifts catalogue this Christmas will not only reduce your shopping frustration, it will go a long way in changing the lives of others who so desperately need our help.
As well as purchasing from the catalogue, you can now team up in your church, workplace, family or friendship group and raise money for a specific community development project. With education as our focus, we have selected three Salvation Army projects and created a total target of $30000, and smaller targets within those projects for smaller fundraising teams.
Coming up In December:
International Human Rights Day
International Migrants Day
Friday December 2, from 8am: Christmas Bowl Badge Day, Adelaide
The annual South AustraliaBadge Day is held in the Adelaide city centre and selected suburbs to raise funds forthe Christmas Bowl. If you would like to be involved as a group coordinator for your church or a volunteer collector on the day, please contact Virginia Macaspac, Act for Peace Development Officer, SA & WA, on (08) 8232 7071 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Williamstown Church of Christ Christmas Festival
Now in its fifth year, the Williamstown Church of Christ Christmas Festival gives the people of Hobsons Bay, Victoria an opportunity to see past the tinsel and glitter and the busyness of the season to understand the deeper meaning of Christmas. This year, the festival will feature the Act for Peace Christmas Bowl, along with a life sized Advent scene, children’s activities, and more.
The festival runs over seven nights: Wednesday December 14 to Saturday December 17, and Wednesday December 21 to Friday December 23, 6.30 to 9.30pm.
For more information, keep an eye on http://www.willichurch.org.au/index.php.
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