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In my last post on simple Christmas gifts, I mentioned giving the gift of freedom by donating to The Exodus Road. Because I’m not fond of suggesting people spend money on something they know nothing about, I wanted to tell you more about this wonderful project.

So, without further ado, allow me to introduce you to The Exodus Road:

The Exodus Road: Fighting to End Child Slavery from Justin Lukasavige on Vimeo.

When I learned about The Exodus Road, my initial thought was, “What if these were my daughters? What if there was nobody to help them? What if I could do something about it, but chose to do nothing?”

I had to help. Which is why I joined the team of bloggers at The Exodus Road.

I am a firm believer that moms can change the world – in a big way – by using their unique talents. I love writing, so I’m putting this talent to use to do whatever I can to put an end to child slavery.

Some of you will watch that video and think, “That’s awful, I hope someone does something about this.” But some of you will have a heart reaction. An, “I have to do something to help,” reaction that you won’t be able to ignore.

If that’s you, please help us.

How you can help

Fund a Raid

This month, we’re raising money to fund brothel raids. Each raid costs $1400. We just started and we already have one raid funded! If you feel led to give, please visit my fundraising page, then please help spread the word.

Be an Ambassador

There a number of ways to be a church ambassador. You can plan a redemption night, host a speaking even or be a sponsorship advocate.


If you have a blog, please consider blogging for The Exodus Road. You can learn more about the blogging program here.

Spread the word

If you can’t do any of the above (or if you can), please just help us spread the word. Below this post are share buttons for popular social networks. If you would, please share this post so we can get the word out to as many people as possible.

Thanks for helping us change the world.