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Resource: DVD (SEEMCM) Seek Social Justice: Transforming Lives in Need     
Author: McManus, Erwin R.
Publisher: Life Way, 2010
Vendor: Life Way Press
Length: 6 sessions
Heading: MSS — Mission
Subjects: Mission
Location: MSS
# Copies: 1
ISBN/ISSN: 9781415871201
 Description: Seek Social Justice: Transforming Lives in Need - DVD Leader Kit is a 6 session Bible study for adults that explores the serious and complex problems of poverty, addiction, and homelessness. Passion alone won't solve them. We need effective strategies for meeting human needs. Combining real-world examples of effective action with the wisdom of Christian leaders like Chuck Colson, Al Mohler, and Marvin Olasky, this study will challenge your ideas about social justice and how to transform lives in need.
Get a better understanding of the roots of suffering and social breakdown. Explore the roles of the individual, family, church, business, and government in promoting social justice. Challenge assumptions about what role you play in truly transforming lives in need. Video lessons contain commentary from leaders across the country who think deeply about justice and engage human need in their communities.
This Kit contains one Study Guide and a DVD featuring six video lessons, plus bonus interview footage of featured leaders. Study Guide topics include:
Rethinking Social Justice – Getting to the Root of the Problem
Cultivating Justice from the Ground Up – Marriage, Family, and Friendship
Serving the Whole Person – Churches and Ministries
Restoring Dignity and Purpose – The Importance of Work
Maintaining the Social Conditions for Justice – The Role of Government
Breaking Ground – What You Can Do to Seek Social Justice
6 sessions, 8-17 minutes each session
Age Groups: Adult (30-65)

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