Final Thoughts |  Act Justly Mvmt

While we may have reached the end of our training in the Act Justly Movement, we are far from done. When you make the decision to love your neighbor intentionally you are taking on the responsibility to love them well. This means taking these steps we have walked you through regularly and with each area of action. We long to see the Body of Christ UNITED as we share His love with each person we encounter. And sometimes in order to do that we have to lay our own ideas aside through prayer, education, and action. Remember these things:

  • You do not have to be a part of a non-profit to start being intentional in reaching out to those in need.
  • Your neighbor is both literal and figurative
  • Remember the Biblical meaning of compassion (to be with someone's pain)
  • Each person you meet is created in the image of God

Thank you for taking this journey with us and we hope that you continue to watch these videos and repeat the steps often as you begin our own mission to Act Justly.


Week 1 Review

Welcome to week 1 of the Act Justly Mvmt! 

Week 1 video is here! Watch the video below to learn about the FIRST step in our process of learning to Act Justly. If you would like to stay up to date on all our posts and videos please follow us on Youtube, Facebook, and subscribe to our podcast


WeeK 2 Review

This week we are focusing on the next step before action: to Educate and Equip. In this week we will share resources, stories, and personal examples of how to educate yourself on your local community or the community you want to be involved in. 

Below we have some challenges that will help you to learn about your neighbors and the challenges they may face daily.


week 3 Review

Welcome to Week 3 in our Act Justly Movement!! This week we look into action. At this point you have asked for the Lord's guidance, learned about who your neighbor is and learned about what it is like to live in their shoes, now it is time for you to Act Justly. Follow along as we guide you through steps you can take to make a difference in your community.