I don’t practice Lent. But I understand the season and the intent behind sacrifices, and evaluating our lives. In the middle of this Lent season, I followed a link from Tim Challies to a blog entry about Complementarianism by Mary Kassian. Then I looked around her Girls Gone Wise blog and that lead me to entries about Giving Life for Lent which had a link to She Is Safe. SIS is having a Lent campaign, asking people to give up something that would cost them about $30 a week and for the 6 weeks of Lent, and donate that money to SIS.
SIS and our partners do serious work to prevent, rescue and restore vulnerable women and girls from abuse and exploitation. Ultimately, we want to see every least-reached girl or woman safe and equipped to thrive: body, mind and soul.
That means they do good stuff. You don’t have to give up anything for lent, or make a long term commitment. But if you are looking for a way to help these victims of the world, this looks like a good place to give.