103 | Confronting Injustice with Proximity

103 | Confronting Injustice with Proximity
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103 | Confronting Injustice with Proximity
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November 14, 2022 | Michelle Ferrigno Warren

Injustices can often feel overwhelming to engage. Michelle Ferrigno Warren, a nationally recognized faith leader, advocate, author, speaker, and co-founder of Open Door Ministries, shares about how Jesus modeled getting proximate to a problem to solve it and the importance of humility in solidarity.

Michelle delves deeper into this topic in her books, the Power of Proximity: Moving Beyond Awareness to Action and Join the Resistance: Step into the Good Work of Kingdom Justice.

"The wellbeing of others makes us well, too." Click To Tweet "Civic and public engagement is not a spectator sport. If we don't like what's going on, we have to step in and do the work. No more commentating needed." Click To Tweet "If you can't fix a problem that you don't understand, how are you going to understand it? You're going to become proximate to it. Click To Tweet