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They seek to create new beginnings and bring complete restoration.  So they share God’s love with the disadvantaged in Kathmandu.  Higher Ground is a broad reaching ministry that provides counseling to survivors of trauma, a safe home for those rescued from violence, scholarships to children in need, and skills training to those seeking decent work to provide for their families.

One of the skills they focus upon is handmade jewelry and accessories.  So I was anxious to see their products and hear more of their story! I visited Higher Ground last week.  When I arrived, they were singing and clapping, eyes closed with peaceful smiles. Oh my heart!  They warmed my soul.  I was instantly reminded of the privilege it was to be in Nepal ‘for a time such as this’.  A devotion followed and then group prayer – Nepali style.  Meaning we all prayed aloud, in unity, at the same time.  Different words, different languages.  A chaotic, melodious thanksgiving to God.  An adoring plea for more of His presence in our lives.  That is the way my relationship with Higher Ground began.  *Insert goosebumps on my arms here!*

Needless to say, Trade for Freedom is beginning to partner with them.  They are a perfect fit.  They are striving to bring freedom, dignity, and hope into as many lives as they can touch.  We want to help them so we’re beginning to sell their products.  Profits will fund the counseling services, children’s scholarships, safe home, and other beautiful initiatives run by Higher Ground.

Our first Higher Ground product launched on Sunday!  This stunning Himalayan wrap bracelet.

If you want to be part of what Higher Ground is doing, purchasing their products is a fabulous way to start.  Create new beginnings and help bring restoration into someone’s life with us today!

Also, if you’re the 500th person to like our Facebook page, you can get one for FREE!

Like us by clicking here:  www.facebook.com/trade4freedom

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