Pursue Justice

Written by: Tedd Smith Tedd Smith is the Assistant Director of Development at the Set Free Movement. Before joining SFM he was the Lead Pastor at Grace Ridge Church in Honesdale, Pennsylvania for 17 years. Following divine invitation from the Lord, he joined SFM’s mission to end human trafficking around the world.  Luke 4:1-22 18  “The Spirit of the Lord […]
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Written by: Victoria Fisher  Victoria Fisher is the Communication Specialist at the Set Free Movement. Before joining SFM she attended a Graduate Discipleship & Leadership program where the Lord called her to serve and protect those most vulnerable.  Isaiah 58, 6 “Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to loose the chains of injustice     and untie the […]
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Written by: Daria Roesch Daria Roesch is a long-time Set Free Leader. She is the Associate Pastor at the Edgewood church in Rochester, New York.  Psalm 146, 6 He is the Maker of heaven and earth,     the sea, and everything in them—     he remains faithful forever. 7 He upholds the cause of the oppressed     and gives food to the hungry. The Lord sets prisoners free, […]
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Last month in Yakima, Washington, a woman was arrested for trafficking her 15-year-old daughter for sex in order to purchase drugs.* This occurs too frequently. How could a mother end up this way? What’s in the mind and hearts of men who buy sex from 15-year-olds? The mother and daughter were working together – what?!  This all too frequent situation conveys […]
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What is Wunders?  One of the most vulnerable times in a young woman’s life is when she begins to menstruate. Menstruation around the globe comes with shame, uncertainty, and anxiety. It also is accompanied by lots of questions and concerns – “will I have monthly supplies?” or “Will I be able to attend school this month?” Wunders seeks and understands […]
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The word “justice” can be a divisive word today. Put “social” or “racial” in front of the word and some people start fuming. However, the word “justice” is actually a biblical word. The Hebrew word, “tzedakah”, is translated as “righteousness,” “fairness,” or “justice.” It’s a word closely tied to philanthropy.  In the Hebrew language, the closest word to philanthropy is […]
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