The Walk for Freedom
Support Illuminate Missions & Jessica as they seek to end Slavery
Redwood Christian Schools trains its students to not only care about others, but to get involved to help change situations that are simply evil.
One of those topics is the state of slavery in the world today. Jessica Brock, a ninth grader at Redwood Christian High School, and other students are committed to raising awareness of this evil situation in the world today and are committed to do something about it.
This coming Saturday, October 17, from 10:00am – 12:00pm, Jessica and others will be representing Illuminate Missions and The A21 Campaign by participating in the WALK FOR FREEDOM. The A21 Campaign seeks to end human trafficking by raising awareness around the globe, and cities around the world will participate in this WALK to help raise money to end this worldwide crime. For more information, please go to a21.org. Illuminate Missions seeks to help others by volunteering and assisting the less fortunate. For more information, you can go to illuminatethebay.org.
The following information is offered so that you, too, can join Jessica and others in putting your Christian Worldview into practice making a difference. All are invited to participate.
Day: Saturday, October 17, 2015
Time: 10am to 12pm
Location: starts behind Peet’s Coffee on Redwood Rd in Castro Valley (Safeway Shopping Center)
Dress: all black (to represent the lives and rights that have been taken from these girls).
So proud of Jessica for her commitment to making a difference!
Bruce D. Johnson, Superintendent