Love Mercy Do Justice
We equip the local church to serve in the areas of criminal justice, domestic disaster response, immigration, intercultural development, community development ministry, economic justice, abuse advocacy, and racial righteousness.
Love Mercy Do Justice
How We Help Fix a Broken World
Alongside partners throughout the denomination, we work together to educate, equip, connect, and empower congregations to be the hands and feet of Christ in the midst of the complexities of the criminal justice system.
We help your congregation or organization imagine creative approaches to transformational community development work in such areas as youth empowerment, financial literacy, returning citizen re-entry, living wage employment, and a wide array of other targeted and impactful initiatives. Ministry development grants are also available for Covenant churches that are responding to the needs of their community.
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We are commissioned to make God’s name known and love shown throughout the world. Our racial righteousness and reconciliation ministries unpack what this looks like within a divided world that has other principles and priorities. We offer Bible studies, immersive discipleship experiences, and congregational learning opportunities to help churches understand the biblical and theological basis for racial righteousness and reconciliation, love their neighbors and be the light of Christ in their communities.
Advocacy for Victims of Abuse
Domestic Disaster Response
We empower the church and social entrepreneurs with the necessary tools and resources to pursue transformation in under-resourced communities through social enterprise initiatives.
The FREE initiative, in partnership with Serve Globally, is an anti-sex trafficking initiative of the Evangelical Covenant Church.
Survivors of sex trafficking share stories of transformation >> >>
The first iteration of what will become a series of Bible studies focused on justice, racial righteousness, and the mosaic nature of the kingdom of God.
This course provides opportunities to hear from people directly impacted by the criminal justice system and resources for community engagement.
This new 4-session Bible study will help your small group or church community start or continue conversations about sexual abuse and its prevalence and reverberating effects in our society and churches.
A printable and video curriculum for kids that explores the theology and practical application of the justice journey for both the church and home, available in English and Spanish.
Assessments and practical tools to move churches along in their intercultural comprehension and development.
Click below for resources on immigration and the Church.
An immersive discipleship experience that equips believers to seek the coming Kingdom, participate in the multiethnic mosaic, and pursue biblical justice.
Listening to Eloheh
Love Mercy Do Justice is partnering with Indigenous leaders to create an immersive learning experience that explores our relationship to harmony, wholeness, and abundance.
Room at the Inn
The Covenant church in Joliet, Illinois, is learning to do the right thing—even when it feels like the wrong time.
My Sankofa Reprise
Twenty-two years after his first Sankofa journey, Jelani Greenidge got back on the bus.
Mitakuyapi (My Relatives), What Is Your Worldview?
In honor of Indigenous Heritage Month, Lenore Three Stars shares a deeper understanding of how faith connects us to each other.
Paul Robinson Nominated for Second Term as Executive Minister of Love Mercy and Do Justice
The Covenant Executive Board (CEB) announced the nomination of Rev. Paul Robinson to serve a second term as executive minister of Love Mercy and Do Justice.
Priceless: Revolt of the Church Ladies
How the discontent of some women leaders, upended sex trafficking in Anchorage, Alaska.