Eden’s Glory is a home where survivors of human trafficking are restored to thrive for the praise and glory of God. They offer a Christ-centered two-year residential individualized treatment program for adult women, ages 18 and older who are survivors of human trafficking. The women who stay at Eden’s Glory are honored guests. They are shown radical hospitality by volunteers who strive to love deeply and consistently. During the first year of the program, guests work on themselves (physical, spiritual, and mental health). The second year is focused on preparing them to succeed in pursuing their hopes and dreams.
Eden’s Glory was birthed from the Set Free Movement and the program is provided free of cost. The Set Free Movement and Eden’s Glory are partnering with a wide variety of organizations working holistically to pave the way to hope and healing for survivors.
The Set Free Movement seeks to create new futures and end modern slavery through community-based action and partnership with others. They are deeply committed to holistic freedom, a special preference for the poor, smart action done in community, and collaboration. They believe that human trafficking is a symptom of a greater problem: that we are broken. In order to end slavery, we must both serve with compassion at the margins and work to bring hope and healing to broken communities. This requires more than projects and programs – it starts with community, builds with holistic action, and produces transformation. The Set Free Movement currently operates in 17 US states, the Philippines, India, Thailand, Taiwan, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Canada.