The war in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo has left women broken and children orphaned. Poverty, disease and pain — emotional, physical and psychological — are just a few byproducts of this terrible situation. Where can we turn and what can we do? God’s Word is the place to start. To learn what the Bible has to say about justice, sign up for a seven- or 40-day Journey with Scripture. (http://sister.americanbible.org) Then put it into practice.
Ride With Us
Join the She’s My Sister Bike Tour. This summer groups of 15 determined cyclists will be riding from Daytona Beach to Cleveland, Tenn. and from Grand Rapids, Mich. to Milwaukee, Wisc. to raise funds to help heal victims of rape and abuse in the Congo. Join us! Applications are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Space is limited! Apply Now!
Become an Active Advocate
Active + Advocate = Activate. Active Advocates are a group of people who are actively advocating year-round, in their local community, on behalf of our sSisters in the Congo. As an Active Advocate you may bike, hike or run in your area to make a difference in the lives of our sisters in the Congo. Active Advocates are more than event-driven. They are cause-driven. They desire to live differently, on behalf of those who need their voice to tell stories that would otherwise go untold. Learn more.
Become an Advocate
We invite you to support our sisters in the Great Lakes Region of Africa. Every day these women face unspeakable brutalities including rape, murder and displacement. They desperately need care for their trauma, hope for the future and a voice to speak for them. Take the first steps to answer God’s call to this cause. (http://sister.americanbible.org/join/roles)