Summary: Stories of nonprofits seeking to fulfill the call to “Do Justice.” How are individuals and organizations seeking to "do justice" in their local context? Brad Witty interviews founders and directors to hear about their journey and work serving the vulnerable and marginalized.
Ruthie Kim is the Founder and CEO of Because Justice Matters in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. BJM reaches women who are victims of sexual exploitation and domestic violence and offers support to women and girls experiencing isolation due to economic and cultural challenges. So how did Ruthie get into this work? What drives BJM's mission? And how are women and girls' lives being changed? To learn how to partner with Because Justice Matters, visit http://becausejusticematters.org
Adrian Tirtanadi is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Open Door Legal, an award-winning nonprofit that is working to create the country’s first system of universal access to legal representation. How did Adrian become passionate about this justice cause, and what kind of impact is his organization making? To read success stories and learn how to partner with Open Door Legal, visit https://opendoorlegal.org/
Host Brad Witty briefly shares about the Biblical definition of justice and how he hopes to understand and pursue this kind of justice through this show.