Podcast: Episode 51 – Rethinking Social Justice ft Tim Costello
Open Doors LIVE is a monthly podcast from Open Doors New Zealand hosted by Mike Gore, James Kozina and Jocelyn Goto.
This podcast brings the persecuted church to life, with each episode containing life-changing stories that mentor us in our faith as we learn how to follow Jesus no matter the cost.
Episode 51 - Overview
“The love of God includes the most despised and vulnerable and poor and weak. You don’t get a better context of social justice than that.”
In the latest episode of the Open Doors Live Podcast, join Mike with special guest and Executive Director of Micah Australia, Tim Costello, and rethink what social justice means for Christians today.
In this episode:
- A Christian response to COVID-19.
- The mistake Christians make with social justice and how to engage in Christ-led activism.
- How can we deal with loss, uncertainty and discouragement?
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About The Hosts
Mike Gore is the CEO of Open Doors Australia & New Zealand. He’s been with the ministry for almost 10 years and has travelled extensively to meet persecuted Christians in the field. He’s been chased by secret police and has smuggled Bibles to Muslim background believers.
James Kozina is part of our Church Engagement team for QLD and WA and is a resident expert on all things World Watch List. James regularly speaks in churches, has met with persecuted believers in the field, and is passionate about seeing the survival of the gospel in both the persecuted church and the free church.
Jocelyn Goto is an excellent communicator and shares her journey with the persecuted church with humility and authenticity. Jocelyn has travelled with the ministry and is constantly amazed by the faith of believers in some of the most contested countries on the planet.
This podcast is brought to you by Open Doors Australia & New Zealand
Open Doors began in 1955 when Brother Andrew smuggled Bibles to persecuted Christians. We now work in over 70 countries supporting Christians who are persecuted for their faith in Jesus. To find out what it’s like to be a Christian in the most dangerous places on the planet, check out our World Watch List.