Justice Rolls Down

The Bible’s many words on justice
April 7, 2013 – May 12, 2013

God’s command that we work for justice is persistent throughout the entire Bible; it is an unavoidable call placed on all of God’s people. In this series, we’ll look at this call as it is presented in each major movement of scripture, exploring ways to live out one of Artisan’s foundational values and “let justice roll down like waters” (Amos 5:24)!

Message line-up:

Pastor Scott Austin

The call to justice was initiated in creation, reiterated after the fall, and deeply embedded in the law of Moses.

(Baptism service)
Pastor Scott Austin

We pause from our survey of justice in the Bible to celebrate new faith and new life with our Artisan family as several people publicly proclaim their commitment to Jesus in baptism! After the baptisms, there will be a brief sermon about of the meaning of baptism for adults and children.

Discussion: Justice at Artisan
Facilitated by Jennie Dixon and Shane Wiegand

We’ll pause from the survey of scripture to have a discussion about how we can be inspired to live out our value of justice together as a community.

Pastor Scott Austin

The prophets of Israel called God’s people back to justice in vivid, visceral language, warning of dire consequences for religious people who neglect the poor.

Gospel and Eschaton
Pastor Scott Austin

These words simply mean “good news” and “the ending.” The New Testament calls us to strive for justice in our “Already/Not Yet” reality.

Justice in the Early Church
Pastor Scott Austin

The early Christians began to live out a radical form of justice as they sought to apply the teachings and follow the example of Jesus.

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