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

Our Mission

To provide a specifically-designed home on a working sustainable farm for sexually exploited and trafficked women and their children, so they may discover the trust, the healing, and the hope that God has created for them. 

  • Specifically designed Many of the services provided for trafficked and sexually exploited women today are add-on ministries. While ministries designed for addiction, poverty, abuse, etc., are services that are needed, the complexity of the situation inspires us to create a ministry to the specific needs of these women.
  • Home Home is a divine concept. It was not discovered by man, but created by God. It is not simply a geographic location. The desire for home that we each long for is shared. It gives rest to our souls. It is a place where even in our mistakes and failures, we are embraced. Even though it is uniquely, individually experienced, it is also shared in community and therefore collective in nature. It is the soil that is fertile to the roots of our soul.
  • Working farm  God created us to work. He placed us in a garden with many plants and animals. Our connection with our purpose and those relationships bring healing. In reestablishing our role we can gain a sense of dignity of how we fit into this world.
  • And their children  Many exploited women have children and this is a farm founded on the love of Jesus Christ; therefore we cannot have a ministry that excludes children, and we believe that it is an honor to welcome them.
  • Trust  The first part of the journey is providing a place of trust and safety. We wish to provide the physical, emotional, and spiritual support need for healing to occur.
  • Healing The second phase is focused on the healing of the individual: what a path of healing looks like for each woman. Healing is more than removing pain. It is discovering joys, passions, desires, and activities.
  • Hope  We want each women to understand that the only eternal hope is the redemptive love of Jesus Christ and because of that, we wish to provide them with opportunities to create a new life practically.

“Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity.”
— Hippocrates