7 in 7 / The Worship Center
Led by Mo Isom, author and Chosen Speaker
Join us for 7 in 7, where 7 speakers share for 7 minutes how their non-profit organizations provide Hope for Her! These organizations serve women both locally and globally. Together, we can be dangerous by actively making a difference in the lives of women—from fighting human trafficking to supporting economic development.
A21 – The A21 Campaign, founded by Christine Caine, is committed to ending human trafficking through awareness, intervention, and aftercare. Local A-team members participate in fundraising, educating others about human trafficking, participating in Walks For Freedom, and promoting local initiatives. There are millions of slaves in the world, but together we have the power to change the statistics. For more information, visit a21.org and join an A21 Heart for Freedom’s local A-team.
Lowcountry Pregnancy Center (LPC)– LPC believes in the sanctity and value of every life. No woman should have to make a pregnancy decision out of fear or desperation. The Center provides free medical and other pregnancy-related services including pregnancy testing, consultations, sexual health services, and parenting classes. Knowledge = EMPOWERMENT. For more information, visit lowcountrypregnancycenter.com
My Sister’s House – My Sister’s House provides shelter, services, and resources to empower victims of domestic violence and their children to live free from abuse. Approximately 33 million American adults are current or former victims, and 85% of these victims are women. All programs are free and personal information is kept strictly confidential. For more information, visit mysistershouse.org.
Seacoast Dream Center – The North Charleston Dream Center provides resources and opportunities to low income, homeless, and under-served individuals and families in North Charleston and Hanahan. The goal is to move toward self-sufficiency through building relationships, as well as promoting education and training. The Dream Center has several ministries geared toward women and children, as they are disproportionately impacted by poverty. For more information, visit seacoast.org/dreamcenter.
Sisterhood Global Trips – Seacoast Global Missions offers over 30 short-term trips a year to serve with our long-term global partners. Sisterhood Women’s Ministry will be sending teams to Togo, West Africa, Sri Lanka and Honduras. This is a great opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our global sisters! For more information, visit seacoast.org/missions.
ShamaWomen – ShamaWomen is an initiative of the Cross Connecting Network that empowers women in South Asia through spiritual and vocational training. Christianity is less than 2% in the area served and women are extremely marginalized. Yet through ShamaWomen, over 1,000 women have been trained in sewing, cosmetology, computer and adult literacy—all in the name of Jesus. For more information, visit crossconnecting.net
Francis + Benedict – Francis + Benedict exists to empower and equip Togolese women by providing them with dignified and sustainable employment as seamstresses. They create beautiful African wax print skirts that are sold on-line and profits are then used to resource projects that benefit orphans, widows, and those suffering in extreme poverty. For more information visit francisandbenedict.com
HOPE FOR HER
5,000 Hope Kits / The Warehouse and Studios A, B, and C
At the conclusion of the 7 in 7 session, please help us pack 5,000 Hope Kits for women across the street and around the world! Millions of women are in danger as a result of abuse, trafficking, disaster, and poverty. Often, they are forced to leave their homes with no belongings. By packing these Hope Kits you are providing a word of encouragement and a few basic personal necessities to help women in their recovery process. The Hope Kits will be distributed through our local and global partners. It’s a simple way to provide hope for her and to be dangerous!
For more information about Sisterhood and Hope for Her, please sign up here.
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