Ep 64: What is Social Justice?

On this week’s Ephesiology Podcast, Michael talks with Kathryn Richards Bhatia, assistant professor of social justice in our Master of Arts Missiology of Movement degree, about ministry to the exploited and marginalized. As one of the three markers of the early church, social justice is a vital ministry that emulates the life of first century believers and Jesus Himself. Join us for an introduction to one of the most important topics about ministry in our day. Prof. Bhatia teaches social justice out of a deep passion and a wealth of experience in addressing the exploitation of women in the Middle East.

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