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Julie Clawson
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  • Judy McRoberts said:

    Hi,

    We are starting a couple of discussion groups around your book, Everyday Justice, We were wondering if you had any discussions questions that we could use. I know we will have a lot of ideas and thoughts expressed, but I would like to keep them focused, so that we do more than just talk and get moving toward action.

    Thanks,
    Judy

  • Kristin said:

    My question is actually on the same lines as Judy’s (above). Do you have a study guide, leader’s guide, discussion guide, anything like that for Everyday Justice which could be used in a Bible Study or Sunday School class??

  • Jack Heller said:

    I’ve looked through this site and have realized something interesting: There is nothing here about prisons. Yet I would think most people would initially think of “justice” as involving law, courts, and prisons. That is “everyday justice” for many people. I am curious about this omission.

  • Alice Brown said:

    Hello, I am a student from Bromley High school currently doing my ICT GCSE coursework and I was wondering if i could use your image in my work?
    regards, Alcie Brown

  • Claudette Derdaele said:

    I am posting as the others at the beginning. If there was an answer, i could not find it. I am hoping to use your book as our book for our Lenten study and wondered if you had any questions to help our conversation….. Thanks. This is a great resource.

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