“Our church’s partnership with SIS has given us many opportunities to come together as one body and corporately care for the world’s most vulnerable, while deepening our own church culture of prayer and generosity. SIS has opened the eyes and hearts of many within our congregation to God’s incredible movement across the world.”
Lead Pastor, Roswell Community Church, Roswell, GA
“Fellowship has had a long standing partnership with She is Safe, which has allowed for many in our faith family to connect with the global Church and her work in the darkest of places. SIS is a beacon of hope and light, a tangible example of what it means to be gospel people living on mission with Jesus.”
Mission Multiplication Pastor, Fellowship Bible Church, Roswell, GA
Become a global difference maker
That’s what one church did as they committed to long-term partnership with She Is Safe in India. Click to hear how Stonecreek Church is engaging with difficult issues and accepting the challenge to go deeper.
Devi was born in a brothel
She was destined to follow in the footsteps of her mother and work in the brothels of Northern India. Click to hear Devi describe her story of an amazing rescue into the safety of our Restoration Home.
How will your church partner with She Is Safe?
“As a former missions pastor, I know well about the journey of engaging people of the church in outreach. I’d love to sit with you and discuss how we might partner for God’s glory in the hardest and least reached places.”
Mike Browne, Director of Church Engagement, She Is Safe
Stories of Impact
There are no girls over the age of 12 in some villages in Nepal . . . or at least there weren’t before She Is Safe started working in them. In these remote areas, girls for centuries have been purchased and sent to India because of their beauty. Once they reached a certain age, they were destined to soul-numbing sex slavery in brothels. However, over the past several years, She Is Safe and its coworkers have been fighting to prevent these girls from being sold, training them in a trade or skill and enabling them to be safe in their homes.
One of those girls is Asita.* She had been forced to marry as a child and her husband was abusive. Despite the shame and embarrassment, she planned to run away with her two daughters. Tragically, her husband kept the youngest daughter, so she returned to her parents only with her oldest child.
Then, Asita joined the Vocational Training sponsored by She Is Safe where she learned the trade of sewing. She proved to be a very gifted seamstress. After the training, she received a sewing machine and started a profitable business which allowed her to provide for her family. Now Asita is saving to be able to find and get her other daughter back.