It is our joy to tell the stories of lives being changed through acts of redemption, projects to bring future hope, and relationship building
Forty–two kamaiya (slave) families were freed from slavery, as a practical demonstration of God's love for all mankind, when their debts were paid in full to the master who owned them.
Our work supports communities of former slaves as they embrace lives of freedom. The goal of each initiative is to foster an environment for generational transformation that leads to sustainable and thriving communities.
This grass-roots movement is grounded in the relationships built among people of vastly different cultures from across the globe. Relationships are our Bridge to Nepal.