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Worshiping When the World is Falling Apart

Author: Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue and Office of Social Justice
Jacqui Mignault is one of the writers behind weekly Do Justice prayers. As a pastor, she talks about what it’s like to practice bringing current events before God. If you’ve ever wondered how to acknowledge current events in worship, this is the episode for you. The following is a transcript of Season 5 Episode 4 of the Do Justice podcast. It has been lightly edited for clarity. Listen and subscribe on your favourite listening app. Chris: Well, hey, everybody. Welcome back again to another episode of Do Justice. It's me Chris Orme. I'm really happy to be with you again. And we're continuing our journey together. We're talking about the nexus of our worship and justice. And you know our worship is shaped around the person of Jesus but Jesus calls us into those spaces. And so we've been...

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Justice Prayers - August 31, 2022

Author: Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue and Office of Social Justice
So with every breath you give to breathe, I pray it's your glory that they see. And of all the words this world could say, may they say I am full of grace. - Morgan Harper Nichols: A Prayer For Grace Prayer for Pakistan Under Water Soil, crops, livestock, homes, roads, buildings, schools, businesses have destroyed in unprecedented levels. The flooding, caused by record rainfall and exacerbated by land and water use in Pakistan has been called epochal and has claimed over 1,000 lives and affected over 30 million people. Pakistani and UN officials note the climate changing and its outsize affects on countries, like Pakistan, that hardly contribute to the causes of climate change resulting in extreme weather all over the globe. Lord, The devastation is so big. Be with every person trying to...

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