In the words of Ecclesiastes, there is “a time to keep silent, and a time to speak.” Now is the time to advocate, or speak up, on behalf of those in developing nations who are suffering with or are vulnerable to not only COVID-19 but also to long-standing infectious diseases like HIV.
As Christians, we have the Lamb’s agenda. This agenda calls us to love, from womb to tomb, and to advocate for the least of these.
Advocacy is the simple practice of offering your voice to uplift those who may be powerless, voiceless, or seemingly hopeless, because every life is sacred, made in the image of God.
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