ABOUT THE SERIES
There are injustices all around us. We see injustice in big ways, in small ways, in the world around us, and in our own experiences. In this 4-week series, you’ll help students see that God cares deeply about fighting injustice. Then you’ll help them discover how they can respond in Jesus’ name to injustice by working to right the wrongs they encounter in their lives, their world, and even in their own hearts.
THIS SERIES AT A GLANCE
Week One: When we fight for justice, we fight with Jesus.
Justice is hugely important to God, but it’s not always easy to know what justice looks like. This week, you’ll help students see how Jesus fought for justice and how He invites us to do the same.
Week Two: When we’re treated unjustly, God is still just.
Joseph’s life was a testament to God’s faithfulness in the midst of difficulty. This week, you’ll challenge students to consider how the justice of God can transform our response to the injustices we face.
Week Three: When we’re treated unjustly, we can still forgive.
If there is anyone in Scripture who has been the victim of terrible injustice, it’s Jesus. This week, you’ll encourage students to respond to one of Jesus’ most challenging teachings: the importance of forgiving our enemies.
Week Four: When we fight for justice, God says we’re blessed.
Jesus’ definition of “blessed” was pretty different from our definition today. This week, you’ll help students see that, in God’s Kingdom, being blessed isn’t connected to your possessions but to whether or not you are fighting for justice on behalf of others.
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