We think Christians should be known for an engaged and hopeful civic presence.

Shared Justice, an initiative of the Center for Public Justice, is committed to inspiring and equipping Christian 20- and 30-somethings to consider our responsibilities as citizens – ones that extend far beyond a visit to the voting booth every four years. In fact, our call to distinctive Christian citizenship actually requires that we love our neighbors by pursuing the well-being of our political communities today and every day. Many of you do that: by writing for us, by advocating for just policies in your communities, and even by running for office.

Shared Justice provides Christian young adults access to mentorship, a learning community, and a platform for practicing citizenship. Through regular Shared Justice content, policy reports, events, and Political Discipleship groups, our generation is inspired and equipped with the tools and resources needed to be thoughtful and engaged citizens.

Our work with Christian 20- and 30-somethings depends upon ongoing financial support. If you believe that Christians should be known for a hopeful and engaged civic presence, will you make a recurring or one-time gift to the Center for Public Justice? 


The action-oriented, Christian perspective on public justice has been a beacon of hope for me over these past few years. It is possible for millennials to have a thoughtful, action-oriented, Christian perspective on justice - Shared Justice proves that.

-Dan Carter, Lead Pastor of Calvary on 8th and a frequent Shared Justice writer


Shared Justice is an initiative of the Center for Public Justice (CPJ). CPJ is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and donations are tax-deductible for IRS purposes. CPJ's revenue comes from gifts from individuals, foundations, organizations, and fees-for-service.