Almost 30 million people are living as slaves worldwide . . . but there is hope.

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Help End Human Trafficking

We believe in the power of God’s love to save, heal, and restore all. Human trafficking affects every nation, people group, and socioeconomic status. Everyday men, women, and children are trafficked for sex, labor, and begging worldwide. Countless millions are crying out right now for rescue from poverty, oppression, and bondage. Children around the world are looking for advocates who will hear their cry. XP Missions is committed to bringing God’s light into the darkness. You can be a part of the transformation of nations – one life at a time.

There is hope. Be a part of the solution.

You are never too old or too young to be a part. Be inspired by the Girls of Courage. They are making a difference – one child at a time.

A Matter of Perspective

If you live in or come from a first world country and hear stories of exploitation, it’s common to respond from our cultural experience and perspective. Yes, we yearn for justice! But sometimes our perspective causes us to miss, or misunderstand the real issue...

The Mind of Christ

Can we truly know the mind of Christ? Scripture tells us that not only can we know the mind of Christ, but also in Philippians we are challenged to have the mind of Christ. Philippians 2:5 “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus.” What then was the...

Got Compassion?

“When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on them because they were confused and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.” –Matthew 9:36 “The first Protestant missionaries came to Cambodia in 1923. From 1970 to 1975, the number of Christians increased to about...

How Much is Enough?

When is it enough? We see it in the news, locally and globally. Dignity robbed, especially from those who are the most vulnerable. But we also see the gathering of those who have said “enough is enough!” And they are gathering together to address human dignity and...

Be Sober, Be Vigilant

I have been thinking about an article I saw this past summer about the Nepal Earthquake. It highlighted the fact that because there had just been a natural disaster, the area was more vulnerable to human trafficking. They stated, that “This is the time when the...

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