Monday, 17 December 2012

21 Ways to get involved with the A21 Campaign (20/21): supply the solution!

So I looked back over my previous posts and realised that of the 21 ways to get involved, I forgot to post way 20! So today, I will finally actually complete the series!

Way 20 of 21 in which you can help the A21 Campaign is: Supply the Solution.

The truth is that every single one of us is wired to be able to bring a truly unique solution to a very real problem occurring today. This list of 21 things does not end here. In fact, it does not end at all.  The reality is that if you want to make a difference in the fight against human trafficking, you can. If there is still breath in your lungs and a beat in your heart, you have the opportunity to add to this list!

So really, the last point on this list is do something, anything, to make a difference, to raise awareness and funds for the incredible work done by the A21 Campaign!

T.L. Osborn once said/wrote:

"Where do we go from here? We go where Jesus goes, because Jesus’ one and only call was ‘follow Me!’. So if you’re going to go somewhere, you’ve got to go where He goes... But the real question is, where did He go? The answer is just as simple; He went where there were people! He went where there were hurting, needy, sick, desolate, hopeless, forsaken people!

Where do we go from here? We find somebody, anybody, many bodies, or any bodies who is in need, who needs help. We go to them, and in going to them we are acting out our appointment and that is what our anointing is for. We are anointed and we are appointed for action, the action to accept his call, go where people are and touch people and do like the early church did... give them your witness. Don’t get profound, don’t get a theological book, don’t think you’ve gotta have an outline, tell the people what you know about Jesus that is good!"

To see what others have done and for some ideas and inspiration, check out the A21 Campaign’s heroes.

So whatever it is that you can do, do it! Like Christine Caine says, “No one can do everything, but everyone can do something”.


Ronell x

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor.” {Luke 4:18-19}

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