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WOMEN WHO ARE CHANGING THE WORLD

God has given us the power to change lives, one person, one act, one step at a time. When we use our gifts and talents to serve others by simply responding to the needs we see before us, together, we can change the world.

“Your care for others is the true measure of your greatness.” Luke 9:46–48 (TLB)

Girls and women around the world continue to face injustices, simply because they are female. They are less likely to get an education—and without an education—it is difficult to find dignified employment or even read. But when women are connected to each other and empowered to reach their full potential, they change not only themselves, but their communities...and eventually, the world.

Join us for our Love In Action session

Friday, September 17 • 11am

Liz Forkin Bohannon and Lisa Surratt will discuss how Liz came to found Sseko Designs, a socially conscious fashion brand that helps educate and empower women in East Africa. We’ll learn from Liz how to “Dream small, so we can do big things!”
“STOP TRYING TO FIND YOUR PASSION...AND CREATE IT.”
LIZ FORKIN BOHANNON

TAKE ACTION

There are hurting people all around you. What can you do to make a difference?

God uses everyday people to do extraordinary things in big and small ways. Your courage, kindness, compassion, and selflessness can make a difference in the lives of others.

SERVE LOCALLY OR GLOBALLY

We’re partnering with local and global organizations that make a significant impact in our communities.

Please consider taking a simple step toward change by serving with them.
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ONLY A PHONE CALL AWAY

Donate a functioning cell phone and charger that you no longer need to our homeless community.

In partnership with the City of Charleston, we will provide cell phones to case workers to distribute to people in need.
Drop off your cell phone and charger in a Ziploc bag at your local Seacoast campus.

STORIES OF LOVE IN ACTION

FOUR WOMEN

In Karachi, Pakistan, four women sat on the floor in a room lit by one light bulb. A woman named Kanwel had knocked on their doors and asked if they wanted to learn to read, write, and sew—skills not readily available to women in Pakistan. In addition to these traditional gender injustices, females born into Christian homes also faced discrimination, oppression, and often persecution...
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SMACK IN GOD’S WILL

Elizabeth “Liz” Shuman has been a single mom to 16 children over the last 11 years. The kids — usually middle and high school age — arrive at her Asheville area home struggling with mental health and behavioral issues. Liz shuttles them to therapy and counseling appointments. She makes sure they take any prescribed medications. She ensures they are attending both school and church. She teaches them life skills like...
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