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Knots of Freedom Ring Silver
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Knots of Freedom Ring Silver Knots of Freedom Ring Silver

Knots of Freedom Ring Silver

Availability: In stock

Item #: 108456

Regular price $20.00

We currently have 12 in stock.

Silver-plated stainless steel ring is approximately 0.75" in diameter but also adjustable.

From the program in China that skillfully handcrafted this beautiful ring, Eden Ministry:

"The Knots of Freedom pieces are inspired by Tho Tho’s story of escape into freedom. It’s a reminder to us all that we don’t often see the instant rescue, freedom, or healing that we would like but instead, just like creating a beautiful song, it’s a process that requires patience, diligence, focus, and courage. Each knot found in this collection represents those qualities. To all the women and girls who have courageously escaped captivity, we honor you with this jewelry."

The Knots of Freedom Ring also comes in gold!

 

Where this product came from

China Outreach

China

Teams of women walk through the red-light districts of China offering words of kindness, encouragement, and hope. Returning time and again, they build relationships with the women they meet. Knowing that most did not choose the lives they are living, the outreach teams offer these women a chance to start again. At the China Outreach safehouse, they receive shelter, medical checkups and treatment, crisis pregnancy counseling, vocational training, and employment. China Outreach’s programs also extend beyond its own borders. If a woman cannot come to them, our partners meet her right where she is—on the streets, inside a brothel, or even in a prison cell. They build relationships with the mafia, pimps, and brothel owners, working to bring about a change of heart. In places where women are deceived into lives of darkness, our partners bring light and hope. Your purchase of their product helps these women find safety, healing, and the promise of a better life.

Xiao Fang

Xiao Fang came to the city full of hope. With her new job, she could finally support her family back in the village. She stepped off the bus, eager to begin her work at a large supermarket. But her excitement soon turned to horror when, hours later, she woke from a drug-induced sleep, trapped within the walls of a brothel. The job offer had been a ruse. She could do nothing but wait, trembling, as her captors auctioned off her virginity to the highest bidder. Just when Xiao Fang had given up hope, the brothel was raided by the police. Thinking she was finally rescued, she instead found herself treated as a criminal and thrown into prison. Xiao Fang’s true rescue came when our partners visited the prison. They brought her to live at their shelter, finally giving her safety and a family she could trust. Now Xiao Fang is slowly finding healing, working with dignity, and supporting her family back home.