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Chasing Justice

Chasing Justice is a podcast powered by The JUSTICE Conference. The hope of this Podcast is to create a cross tribal listenership as we engage in needed spotlight justice issues concerning our nation and the greater global good of humankind. Our intent is not for the podcast to be preachy but exploratory of ideas and methods that are worth considering as we fight for justice as it pertains to God’s kingdom and not humanity’s. Join us on this journey and hear from those that you are familiar with, those you are unfamiliar with, those you agree, and disagree with, those who may offend you and those who will inspire hope as we explore what it means to chase Justice Together. This podcast will is hosted by Tyler Burns and will feature co-hosts, Vickie Reddy, Mark Reddy, and Adam Thomason with surprise guests and topics. All podcasts are produced and edited by Jonathan Clauson
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May 30, 2018

Matthew Soerens and Jason Clarke join us to discuss missing immigrant children and family separation at the border. Join us as we continue to chase justice together. To learn more about this crisis, read Matthew Soerens’ blog on the Justice Conference Website entitled “What You Need to Know about Families Separated at the Border: https://bit.ly/2IXrSUT

Click here to sign a petition on behalf of asylum seeking families forcibly separated at the border. 

Matthew serves as the US Director of Church Mobilization for World Relief. In that role, he helps evangelical churches to understand the realities of refugees and immigration and to respond in ways guided by biblical values. He and our friend Jenny Yang have co-authored the book Welcoming the Stranger and Matthew is also the author of Seeking Refuge: On the Shores of the Global Refugee Crisis 

Jason Clarke is the co-founder of Seek the Peace, an organization he started with his wife Tess in the city of Dallas. It was created to meet the needs of refugees being resettled to Dallas, including researching and designing programs that would take a peace-building approach with resettled refugees. Their advocacy includes a focus on refugee peace and security policy at the local, state, national and United Nations levels. 

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