September 20, 2015 What It Means to be Christian Today Where Christianity Meets Human Rights

From Syria to Lake County, California, people are losing everything through no fault of their own.  In a world where people are often valued based on their showplace homes and shiny cars, what value do we place on people who have only the clothes on their backs?  And how do we live those values?  This Sunday, September 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m., we’ll explore those questions and take a look at where the teachings of Jesus meet the universal human rights movement.  Do you have a right to clean, affordable water? Does everyone?  A right to education?  To a sustainable planet?  Who enforces these rights?  The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations (1948) is based on the conviction that when all nations honor human rights, the world will know peace.  What do you think?