Justice Reframed

In early June 2020, conversations about injustice took center stage in our nation. As Christians, descendants of slaves and slave masters, a mother, and a son, we wanted to share how the Word of God has informed our views, reactions, and solutions to injustices of all types.

Christopher Webb graduated in 2015 summa cum laude with a B.A. in Criminal Justice from Virginia Commonwealth University. He is a high school teacher at a Classical Christian School in Virginia. He teaches history, logic, math, and Latin and oversees the Leadership Development program for high school students. Christopher co-leads the prayer ministry at his church and is a frequent chapel speaker at his school. He is also the author of Signs Along the Road, A Thirty-Day Devotional and Journal.
Available October 2020

Christopher is Tina’s oldest son and second of six children.

Tina Webb graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in English and Music. She and her husband, Doug, were ordained and licensed in 2004. She homeschooled for twenty years, has overseen prayer and worship ministries, a parent fellowship, and been a mentor to many seeking spiritual and emotional healing. Her other books include:

Culture Changers: Understand the Roots of Brokenness and Help Heal Your Family and Community

Cultivating the Souls of Parents: Facing Our Brokenness; Embracing His Likeness

Christopher Webb
Doug, Tina, and their son Christopher
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