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Ken Wytsma is a leader, innovator, and social entrepreneur respected for his insight and collaborative spirit. He is the president of Kilns College, where he teaches courses on philosophy and justice. He is the founder of The Justice Conference—an annual international conference that introduces men and women to a wide range of organizations and conversations relating to biblical justice and God’s call to give our lives away.

Ken is a consultant and creative advisor to nonprofits and a sought after speaker on justice, church and culture. A church planter and lead pastor at Antioch Church, Ken lives in Bend, Oregon, with his wife, Tamara, and their four daughters.

Ken’s first book, Pursuing Justice: The Call to Live and Die for Bigger Things, w
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Race and the Gospel: Is Justice Part of the Discussion?

Originally appeared in Outreach Magazine





Good news, like light, touches everything in the room. Like light, it spreads, rolling forward, never-endingly chasing away the darkness.



“Only he who cries for the Jews is permitted to sing Gregorian chant.”
—Dietrich Bonhoeffer





I recently saw an Instagram post of a woman holding a book in her hand while standing in front of the religion section at Bar

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“A subtle reason for apathy is that justice rarely has much to do with our lives. Unless we've personally been victims of injustice, we can take for granted that life is generally fair.”
Ken Wytsma, Pursuing Justice: The Call to Live and Die for Bigger Things

“Education is a means, not an end. We don't enroll in formal education ad nauseam as a way of escaping life. Rather, we educate ourselves in order to become equipped to respond wisely to God's calling.”
Ken Wytsma, Pursuing Justice: The Call to Live and Die for Bigger Things

“We may not choose apathy, but when we choose anything other than love and empathetic justice, we get apathy by default.”
Ken Wytsma, Pursuing Justice: The Call to Live and Die for Bigger Things




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