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Change the World Necklace

The globe represents 27 million people caught in slavery, the agate stone represents Our Rock on which we stand, the love charm and peace dove represent essential elements for change, and the leaf represents the group's vision for healing.
A stylish reminder to pray for those trapped in trafficking around the world.
The globe represents 27 million people caught in slavery, the agate stone represents Our Rock on which we stand, the love charm and peace dove represent essential elements for change, and the leaf represents the group's vision for healing.
Necklace measures 32 inches long.

A stylish reminder to pray for those trapped in trafficking around the world. The globe represents 27 million people caught in slavery, the agate stone represents Our Rock on which we stand, the love charm and peace dove represent essential elements for change, and the leaf represents the groups' vision for healing. Handmade by artisans at Eden Ministries in Asia that restores freedom for the captives of Asia's red light districts through holistic programs. Necklace measures 32 inches long. Packaged in a WorldCrafts jewelry box.

Artisan Eden Ministries
Country Asia
Product Number H154202
Availability
In Stock
  • $29.99

About this Artisan

Eden Ministries

Eden Ministries serves to restore freedom for the captives of Asia’s red-light districts through holistic programs—transforming body, mind, and spirit. Young women rescued from human trafficking and sexual exploitation are provided a new career, skill training, and counseling—empowering young women for a new life and future.

Eden’s jewelry is handcrafted by rescued young women like Yen. Yen was full of anticipation when her older cousin promised a well-paying job at a restaurant in the big city.  However, when Yen arrived in the city, she was immediately drugged, locked in a brothel, and forced into sex slavery. At first she cried daily, but she soon learned to force down her tears, as the boss threatened to burn her with hot water if she cried again. After Yen met Eden’s street outreach, she was rescued and is now starting a new life at Eden.

Eden Ministries’ calling is to be a voice to the oppressed, a light to the darkness. Partners like WorldCrafts help enable Eden Ministries to live out this passion and employ more rescued young women.

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