Love Mercy, Do Justice: Responding Faithfully to God’s Call

CR-lmdjThis LMDJ video-based curriculum will help small groups, ministry teams and individuals discover and apply the faith related imperatives presented in the 2011 Covenant Resource Paper: The Covenant Church and The Ministry of Compassion, Mercy, and Justice.

This curriculum invites the participant to dig deeper into the Bible assisted by the Resource Paper and video presentations from Covenant leaders and North Park faculty. The desired outcome would be a faithful response that opens heart, head, and hands to loving mercy and doing justice in our daily lives.

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Responding Faithfully to God’s Call

This four session video series includes the following topics:

Session One: Foundation – A Covenant Perspective with Michelle Clifton-Soderstrom, associate professor of theology and ethics from North Park Theological Seminary, and Harold Spooner, president of Covenant Initiatives for Care.

Session Two: Framework – An Old Testament Perspective with Bob Hubbard, professor emeritus of Old Testament, North Park Theological Seminary, and Rajkumar Boaz Johnson, professor of biblical and theological studies, North Park University.


Session Three: Fulfillment – A New Testament Perspective with Soong-Chan Rah, associate professor of church growth and evangelism, North Park Theological Seminary, and Klyne Snodgrass, professor of biblical literature, North Park Theological Seminary.

Session Four: Faithful Response – A New Perspective with Pastor Alex Gee and Jerome Dillard, Fountain of Life Ministries in Madison, Wisconsin, and Pastor Allan Serrano, Iglesia Evangelica Misionera in LaVilla, Texas. The series introduction includes suggestions for expanding the curriculum to eight sessions. This is a joint project of the ministries of Christian Formation; Compassion Mercy and Justice; Communications and North Park University.