Who We Are

JustFaith Ministries was birthed in the effort to invite and prepare people of faith for the life-changing and world-changing call of the Gospel to help heal the world and, in so doing, experience a deeper faith, a more fulfilling life, and a community of care and vitality.

We’re changing the world

Since 2001, over 70,000 people have completed a JustFaith Ministries program. Together we envision a vast community of faithful people transformed by the spirit and leading lives of extraordinary compassion.

Our Mission

JustFaith Ministries creates transformative programs that inspire action to address the root causes of injustice while serving with love.

Our Vision

JustFaith Ministries envisions justice-driven communities advancing peace, racial equity, and a sustainable world

Who We Are

We are a National Nonprofit Cultivating Local and Global Impact: JustFaith Ministries creates life-changing programs focusing on the intersection of faith, justice, and action. We motivate program participants to form communities that fulfill JustFaith’s Mission to “address the root causes of injustice while serving with love” locally, nationally, and globally.

We are Religious and Spiritual: JustFaith Ministries embraces Jesus’ teachings and example on peace, justice, the dignity of each person, and care for creation. United with Christian and other faith-based and spiritually-grounded communities, we encourage all to live in solidarity with those who are disenfranchised and marginalized.

We are Anti-Racist: Grounded in a faith that seeks justice for all, JustFaith Ministries is committed to anti-racism. We are led by and work alongside those impacted by racial injustice. Through transformational programs, we educate, inspire, and equip participants to confront racism and eliminate unjust power imbalances by dismantling racist norms, policies, and practices.

We are Open and Affirming: JustFaith Ministries welcomes into our programs and into our community all those who have been excluded, disenfranchised, or treated unjustly. We are open and affirming of all people of every age, race, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, cultural background, socio-economic status, mental or physical ability, marital status, or any other distinctions of society. We invite all to join us in building a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world.

More about our history
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Meet our people

Rev. Dr. Lewis Brogdon

Program Consultant

Tricia Hoyt

Program Consultant

Cory Lockhart

Program Consultant

Dr. Vicki Vernon Lott

Program Consultant

Jamie Loggins-Evans

Board Member

Dr. Vicki Vernon Lott

Program Consultant

Gabrielle Mortis

Board Member

Alecia Brewster

Board Member

Jim Carney

Board Member

John Ritter

Board Member

Lyle Scritsmier

Board Member

Tom Costello

Board Member

Monica Smith

Board Member

Audrey Douglas-Cooke

Board Member

Julie Stone

Board Member

Cris Fischer

Board Member

Virginia Tanawong

Board Member

Bob Hunter

Board Member

Mark LeVota

Board Member

John Tramontin

Board Member

C. Michael Litzau

Board Member

Debbie Weatherspoon

Board Member

News & Stories

We like to share a variety of articles written by and about us to give you a better idea of the many ways people have been inspired and transformed by the work of this ministry.

ASK Day: Are the kids okay?

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What are you wearing this weekend?

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My MLK Day…Every Day!

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Let’s build a more just and peaceful world together.