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Crying Out Loud

Human trafficking...
Domestic violence...
Third world poverty...
Deprivation in the UK...


West Road Church
West Road
Bury St Edmunds
IP33 3EW

...we all seem to know when something isn’t fair. Every day there are headlines that scream ‘injustice’. We live in a world of inequality, corruption, violence and greed.

What does the Bible have to say about justice both now and in the future? Should it be high on our agenda as individuals and as a church both in a local and global sense? If so what can we do?

Crying Out Loud will explore the issue of justice in depth with gifted speakers (left) who are grappling and engaging with these questions on a daily basis. As well as exploring the biblical view, we will look together at practical responses locally, nationally and internationally. So let’s stand against injustice and play our part in changing the world around us.

Why and how should we engage with injustice in a hurting world?

1st March 2014
10am - 4pm
Please bring packed lunch

Cost £20
F/T students £10
Advanced booking essential
by 27.02.14

Revd Joel Edwards. Joel is the International Director for Micah Challenge and was General Director of the Evangelical Alliance, UK, for more than 10 years. A passionate speaker and regular contributor in the media, Joel is committed to seeing long]term change for the worldfs poor and is a champion for their cause.

Mark Barrell. Mark has been the Executive Director of the Lawyers Christian Fellowship since June 2010. A qualified solicitor, he spent 12 years working mainly in the area of family law and was involved locally with a women’s refuge. Mark also served with BMS world mission in Kampala from 2001 to 2006

Dr David McIlroy. David is a practising barrister in London. He teaches the Mission of Justice and the Theology of Law course at Spurgeon’s College and is a Visiting Senior Lecturer in Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. David’s publications include A Biblical View of Law and

Antoinette is Director of Merton Against Trafficking and is passionate about seeing the end of human trafficking. Antoinette served for one year with International Justice Mission in 2011 and learnt a great deal about the situation of global injustice and violence against the poor during this time. Prior to this, Antoinette was a secondary school teacher for 14 years – two of them in Kenya – and has trained as a missionary at All Nations Christian College.

Crying Out Loud