Justin B. Fung

Tag: advocacy

Yesterday was lobby day

Yesterday was ‎ONE’s Lobby Day: I accompanied the Arizonans to their meetings; met Sen. Scott Brown (MA) in the Rotunda of the Russell building, and Sen. Jon Tester (MT) in the elevator of the Hart building; got to stop by and say hi to my friends Doug and Danielle (and got a whistlestop Capitol tour […]

Remembering Óscar Romero

Thirty years ago, on March 24, 1980, Óscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador, human rights activist, advocate for the poor and the victims of the Salvadoran civil war, was assassinated as he closed his homily during Mass. I have these words of his written in my journal to serve as a reminder and encouragement to […]

Urbana 2009: Poverty & Advocacy Track

This winter break, join thousands of young Christians at Urbana ’09 – one of the largest and oldest missions conferences in the country. Since 1946, InterVarsity has hosted Urbana to bring young Christians together to respond to God’s call. For the first time Sojourners, World Vision and International Justice Mission will lead an entire conference […]

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