Make Jesus Culture

Life For The Innocent

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Life for the Innocent exists to partner with communities to rescue, restore and renew children affected by human trafficking. They provide for their practical needs, minister healing to their shame, bring joy to their lives and usher them into the loving arms of a Christian family.

What the Partnership With LFTI means to our Conference


 
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Bono, of world famous band U2, is onto something! He creates music and then takes his beautiful creation to the streets of impoverished and vandelized communities.

 
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As the whole world turns to hear and see the beauty of U2's music, Bono drops the lights, the curtains, and the stage, and points to the present need behind him.

 

The beauty of his creativity catches the world’s attention, and then mobilizes them to take notice of a cause. Causes are the currency of our day, not money!

 
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God cares deeply about the least of these. Yes, the least of these may be the local creative struggling to get their career off the ground, but deeper still, it's the fatherless, the orphan, the widow, and the oppressed.

 
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All creativity, art, invention, and making, at its essence, is an exploration into what is "unknown." We want the creativity we cultivate to journey deep into the vast nature of Jesus, and to fill every crack of broken culture with the hope and beauty of the Gospel.

 
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It is the work of the Gospel in and through all Christians, who are by nature creative, to Make Jesus Cultureto take what is broken, disassembled, raw, lost, without a place, tarnished, or vandalized, and infuse it with Jesus' healing light and beauty.

 
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We must be the catalysts to rally God's people to action—heralding the call of Christ's redemption on behalf of those without a voice.

 
We are endeavoring through all our ticket sales and donations to rescue over 1,600 children from human trafficking in Asia. Each child will be renewed and rescued into the life of local churches, and then adopted into forever families.