We are proud to announce that We Cry Justice: Reading the Bible with the Poor People’s Campaign, published by Broadleaf Books, edited by Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis with a Foreword by Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, a revolutionary text that offers a unique perspective on some of the most radical passages in scripture, is now available for purchase.

More than thirty contributors spanning different races, genders, geographic locations, professions, and more were brought together to do a deep dive into the true liberation of the gospel, and what it means for poor and low income people. This devotional breathes new life into familiar passages, and centers righteous justice and liberation for poor people as the primary lens through which the Bible is read.

We Cry Justice makes for a great read individually or amongst friends for Sunday school, Bible studies, or small groups. In the event you want to order multiple copies for sacred spaces, bookstores, or events, please reach out to our Communications Director Lauren (lauren@kairoscenter.org) and we will be happy to accommodate.

If you missed our book launch party on October 12th, you can watch it here:

To support We Cry Justice, you can:

  • Follow the Kairos Center on Twitter and Instagram and like us on Facebook so you don’t miss anything.
  • Post your favorite excerpts from the book and use the hashtag #WeCryJustice to tell others about this work– we already have some started here! 
  • Take a selfie and tag the Kairos Center to tell us how excited you are about We Cry Justice.

Thank you for celebrating our newest work with us!