In the midst of this chaos, darkness and death, a bright light is shining. That light will now receive a Nobel Peace Prize. Dr. Denis Mukwege is the son of a Pentecostal pastor who has a strong and robust faith in Jesus.
The vast majority of Pentecostals and Charismatics around the world deeply care about social work and poverty alleviation. Research even indicates that Pentecostalism is the largest movement for social justice that has ever existed.
In apologetics, there's an argument for God's existence called the moral argument. It basically says that if atheism is true, moral values can't be objectively true. They can't be facts. If there indeed are objective moral facts, such as rape and racism being evil while peace and compassion being good, atheism has a problem.
The usage of the term "social justice" triggered something within mainly American readers. The claim that it's a code word for socialism implies that I'm a socialist who try to sneak in some evil Marxism into the church. This is, of course, ridiculous.
Pentecostal activism for peace and justice is not only possible - it's already what the Holy Spirit prefers to do.