Our Vision

That God will redeem the brokenness of sexually exploited women, and give them knowledge of their eternal beauty, a joy for life both physical and eternal, and a bold spirit of praise that they might be a testament to all of his redeeming love — for the glory of His son, Jesus Christ.

  • For sexually exploited and trafficked women, who have had their value stripped to its lowest depraved common denominator; who have had their worth defined again and again by the sexual pleasure of their perpetrator; who have had their entire existence revolve around their own exploitation: for these women to be redeemed with the dignity that He created each of them to have; for them to embrace aspects of their being that they have not yet discovered, for the glory of God.  
  • For those who have been saddened and grieved to the point of numbness to experience an unexplained gladness and joy in being the object of God’s true delight; to know that that His delight is not temporal, but eternal; and then for the lens through which life is viewed to come into a new focus with joy, and gladness, and awe, and wonder.
  • For those who have existed in the dark alleys and hidden houses under the domineering authority of an exploiter to discover a God-given, awe-inspiring boldness in praise.

If this seems improbable, lofty, or unrealistic, it is more than that. It is impossible. However, isn’t that the point of faith? If we could manufacture this, would there be any need for God? 

Perhaps the most powerful instruments in God's hands are not our strengths, or power to overcome, but our weaknesses that revealed we had no other place to go. We were helpless and God delivered. 

Will everyone who comes to the farm experience this transformation? We don’t know. We do know, however, that God is fully able, and that we must try, and that because it is His work required, it will be for His glory alone.

To grant to those who mourn in Zion — to give them a beautiful headdress instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, the garment of praise instead of a faint spirit; that they may be called oaks of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that he may be glorified.
— Isaiah 61:3