August 11, 2017

“What does social justice mean to you?” This was the question I was asked. My immediate emotional response was long, intense, and passionate. My reasonable response was not.

I immediately wanted to say how every person - regardless of race, gender, orientation, birthplace, or age - deserves the same opportunities as everyone else. I wanted to talk about the unfair standards we hold EVERY person to; about mental health awareness, abo...

August 5, 2017

I define social justice as the human value or right that every human is created holy, and should have an equal opportunity to live a life free from oppression, domination, and exploitation. I am the father of one child who has travelled the world and witnessed first hand the different ways in which children around the world can grow up. My calling in life is to help raise young men and women who will go out in the world and create...

July 28, 2017

Social Justice – what does it mean to me?  For that matter, what does it actually mean?  Having walked on this earth for a number of years, my social activism came of age in the world of the Civil Rights Movement, Women’s Liberation and Gay Liberation and much of the way I look at the world and how I think it needs to change comes out of those movements,  particularly the Women’s Liberation Movement.

I still firmly believe...

July 25, 2017

Maybe she saw this in my eyes; maybe my body language gave me away… I knew I was never going to see them again, and as a grown man, I experienced the desire to cry from outrage a sense of waste, but then so much more than this, justice lost. I wasn’t that strong, and at this very moment, I conceded to myself I was at my most vulnerable, wanting to give up. Yet; I did not know, God was doing a new thing in me. 

It has always been my...

July 14, 2017

Within the past decade consumer charities, or as I like to call them, hype charities, have amplified across North America. These charities, with their specialized branding and elusive marketing, have changed the way that the Western world chooses to give their money. A consumer charity is defined as an organization whose supporters purchase a product designed to help others in need, particularly in developing nations. In return, th...

March 28, 2017

Many of the amazing women who make our clothes were once victims of human trafficking in parts of India. We are thankful for organizations like Freeset, one of our partners, who has taken up the fight against human trafficking in such a big way by offering employment opportunities in a loving and safe environment.  But don’t think that you need to have major resources or influence to have an impact in the world. Anyone can get invo...

January 22, 2017

One of the things we really love here at The Joyful Project is listening to people tell real stories about their lives. Every now and then we have the opportunity to support some of these people and when those opportunities come our way we are happy to contribute to the story. During the summer of 2016 we met a young woman who shared her story with us. Her name is Jenna and she has made the decision to attend YWAM in Kona, Hawaii....

December 22, 2016

Socks are often an over looked donation item and always in high demand by people in need. Concert for Socks is an event geared to bring us together for the sake of others.

November 24, 2016

The Joyful Project was started by a small group of ordinary people who saw injustice in the world and simply couldn’t stand silently by and do nothing.

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