2 simple words.

Just 2 words.  That’s all they are.  To us, they can mean a cause for celebration.  A toast to completing something that was started.  A feeling of satisfaction.  A sigh of relief.  A weight has been lifted off and you are not forced to carry the burden anymore.  A race had been run and you successfully completed it.  And because you completed this race, here’s a medal to show for it.  A medal that, in many cases, will end up in a box, at the local Goodwill, or even in the trash.

But these 2 words can be a game changer.  For someone’s life.

We woke up this morning to these 2 words…

A project that we had posted on Pure Charity is going to support one of our favorite organizations.  (If you haven’t checked out all of favorite organizations yet, you should go check them out after you are finished reading this.)  This organization, called Rescue Her, works in Cambodia rescuing little girls out of trafficking.  Their purpose can be summarized from Proverbs 31:9; “Speak out for the poor and helpless and see that they get justice”.  They have a vision to Raise Awareness, Raise Funds, Rescue and Restore.

With these 2 simple words, they will be able to do just that.  For one little girl halfway across the world.  Someone we have not even met, but believe wholeheartedly is deserving of a future.  A future filled with love, kindness, friends, courage, education, hope, and freedom.

We are just SO excited about this opportunity to help change lives around the world and be a part of something big.  If you haven’t signed up for Pure Charity, you can do so HERE.  It’s free, takes 2 minutes, and can truly change lives around the world.  Start doing your Christmas shopping, your everyday shopping with a whole new perspective.  Because the next time you buy your toothpaste, shampoo, toilet paper, those must have shoes, or latest electronic, it can turn into a changed life forever.

And the King will say, ‘I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were doing it to me!’ Matthew 25:40