Mission: We bring churches together to fight human trafficking in their neighborhood in the areas of awareness, prevention, and restoration.
Vision: We see communities where people are safe from sexual exploitation and experiencing abundant life in Jesus through the unified service of the church.
Values: As part of Compassion Connect, our seven core values are Jesus, Freedom, Love, Unity, Service, Excellence, and Innovation. See more HERE.
Community: YOU! We really believe everyone has something to contribute in the fight against trafficking and expolitation. Read on to see how you can be a part of this movement!
Check out Abolition Now, the resource website of Adorned in Grace, to learn more about the issue of trafficking, as well as stories of ordinary people using the gifts they already have to make a huge impact in their community!
Looking for a way to share about the realities of trafficking in our communities and how the Church is uniting to put an end to exploitation, abuse, and suffering? We would love to help you communicate this story with your bible study, community group, or congregation. E-mail us for more information!
Our shops function as outposts of awareness-building and hope, providing brides with exceptional prices on gowns that help them leverage their big day for a big impact.
We believe that positive mentoring relationships and peer community can increase resiliency in kids navigating incredibly difficult life circumstance. We also believe there are caring adults in the local church who have time and skills to share with those kids, and that everyone involved in transformed as a result. We'd love to have you join us!
The Dress for FREEdom event is an opportunity to reach out to girls ages 12-18 who are currently living in foster care, shelters, or working with a DHS caseworker. The goal of this event is to connect with young girls at perhaps the most vulnerable time of their lives to tell and show them that they are incredibly valuable, uniquely created and deeply loved. Caring volunteers encourage them to become advocates with us on behalf of their at-risk friends, family and classmates, rather than becoming victims.
“Words cannot express the gratitude I have for each of you that make AIG possible. The love and grace of God you have shown me has made all the difference for me. It gave me something to believe in, even when I couldn’t believe in myself."
-Rebekah, Human Trafficking Survivor
“I needed to learn more about Jesus and how much he loves me and teach me how to love myself and be forgiven. I needed a mentor…a group of friends to guide me through my new walk. I needed counseling to dig deep and tools to live a healthy life to heal deep rooted issues that were left unresolved...”
-Human Trafficking Survivor