Call for Justice Book Study

Our new book Call for Justice explores what it means to do justice — both in theory and practice. It is a great resource for students, churches, and groups of justice-seekers to study together.

We want to help you learn more about faith and justice, so we’ve created Call for Justice book studies. Here’s how it works:

  • You organize a group and meet independently. It’s up to you to decide how often you meet, how many sessions you’d like to do, and how discussions are organized. We’ve put together a leader guide below to help you get started.
  • AJS staff can join one of your first meetings to provide tips on holding discussions virtually and answer early questions about the book or AJS.
  • During one of your final sessions, authors Kurt Ver Beek and Nicholas Wolterstorff can join your group via video call for a time of questions and discussion.

 

To let us know you’re planning to lead a book study, please contact Alison Wabeke (AJS Director of Programs) at alison@ajs-us.org. We’d be happy to answer any questions you have!

Book Study Guide

To help you get started, we’ve created book study guides to help you and a group read Call for Justice together!

  • In the leader’s guide, you’ll find tips for how to organize your group, lead discussions, and guide your group in its next steps for justice.
  • In the reader’s guide, you’ll find resources to accompany the book. This is great for anyone participating in a book study or for anyone who has read Call for Justice.

 

Click below to download our book study guides for both leaders and readers.

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