Chicago, a city plagued by crime and some of the highest murder rates, has become a city that many folks consider beyond redemption, but not everyone has given up bringing hope to the hopeless there. Further, though some claim that no one is working on a personal level to discourage the city’s violence, two faithful gospel-workers prove why this is anything but the case. How might we consider ministering in a city that reels from systematical injustice and violence? C’mon up and chop.

If you want to think more deeply about the intersection of the gospel and social justice, make sure to join us March 16-18 for JUST Gospel in Atlanta! Registration is open.

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Thabiti M Anyabwile

Thabiti M Anyabwile

Thabiti is one of the pastors of Anacostia River Church in Washington, DC and the president of The Crete Collective. He is the author of several books and as an introvert enjoys quiet things at home.

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