International Justice Mission the largest anti-slavery organization in the world. Together, we can end slavery in our lifetime.
IJM partners with local authorities in 19 program offices in 11 countries to combat slavery, violence against women and children, and other forms of abuse against people who are poor.
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In November 2015, FAIR announced its partnership with International Justice Mission Canada (IJM Canada). The aim was to provide Fellowship churches greater opportunities and resources to educate and inform their congregations about God’s heart for justice, and what life is like for the poor, in Canada and around the world, when justice is denied.
Cybersex trafficking is a modern day form of slavery. Through the same kind of devices we use every day to communicate with loved ones and far away friends, adults inflict sexual abuse on boys and girls. They record these abuses and forced sex acts, then sell the show to the pedophiles and predators willing to pay.
The Rescue Me! initiative for the Philippines is a tangible way you and your church community can help support IJM’s work to rescue children and bring justice to the oppressed in the Philippines. Click here for more information and how you can give today.
Your Kingdom Come Education Program
Your Kingdom Come is an education program created specifically for the use of Fellowship congregations throughout Canada. Developed as a result of the partnership between FAIR and IJM, Your Kingdom Come is a DVD study that helps small groups and churches discover God’s heart for justice. DVDs are available to Fellowship churches free of charge and can be accessed by contacting FAIR.
IJM invites Canadian churches to dedicate one Sunday at your church to end slavery, human trafficking and violence. Click here to learn more.
Fellowship Churches Responding
Between 2016 and 2020, through the generosity of many donors, FAIR has been able to send more than $340,000 to IJM. This is impacting the lives of numerous children and your ongoing prayers and support can make a difference.