Social Concerns

    In Acts 10 we see Jesus described by Luke (the beloved physician) as going about “doing good.”  

    He certainly did. 

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    And perhaps the major part of the good He did was to proclaim the Kingdom of God had come near, but He also healed the sick and fed the 5000. This raises the question: in what ways and to what degree should we who proclaim the gospel be following Jesus’ example of the other kind of “doing good:” feeding the poor, caring for the sick, fixing the structural inequities of culture, etc.) as we continue to proclaim the gospel?  

    The resources on this page are designed to help you think about that and also allow you to look into a field-test experiment on human trafficking. Be sure to read the introduction below.

Social Concern Resources:

Specific Field Case: © Academic Connections, International