The Christian Citizen focuses on justice issues, offering suggestions and opportunities for personal witness and action.
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American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) has been wrestling with questions like these since our very beginnings in the early 19th century—always imperfectly, yet hopeful that in our attempts to do so we might ever more closely model the example set for us in Christ and the kingdom he inaugurated. Our mission emphases—discipleship, community, justice—are rooted in priorities and practices of those who have come before us, and they are evident in the mission and ministry with which we are currently engaged.
In this issue:
- Discipleship, Community, Justice—Editorial
- Grant Recipients Exemplify Discipleship,
- Go and Make Disciples . . . but How?
- Building Community
- CECALI XXI
- Meaningful Ministry with and for Children
- Prisoner Re-entry: Hope for Justice
- Network for Mission at missionalnetworking.org
- Volunteering through American Baptist Home
- The Ministry of Socially Responsible Investing
- On Justice
- On Discipleship
- Book Excerpt: Faithfully Filtering Financial Decisions
- Religious Liberty: A Matter of Discipleship,
- Libertad religiosa: Un asunto de discipulado,
comunidad y justicia
- Faith and Disability Rights: Moving Forward Together
- Churches That Work: Community-based Mission
- The Inseparable Nature of Discipleship, Community, Justice
- Crossing Cultures: Ministry with Native Americans