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Refuse to Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern-Day Slavery Paperback – January 21, 2013
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"Exposed to the horrific reality of some 27 million slaves in the world, two suburban stay-at-home moms make a commitment to make a difference. An accessible and encouraging read with lots of practical ways to engage, Refuse to Do Nothing is an important book that will help mobilize moms (and others!) to know you can make a difference as a modern day abolitionist." (Mae Elise Cannon, Outreach Magazine, 11th Annual Resources of the Year: Justice "Also Recommended," March/April 2014)
"Combining startling numbers with impassioned voices, this book makes the daunting task of working for global justice possible and within reach, as the authors themselves are mothers of children in the home." (Josh Ross, The Christian Chronicle, September 2013)
"Refuse to Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern-Day Slavery delivers on its promise and not only arms you with the facts about slavery's pervasive influence, but offers tools and resources available to each person and steps we can take to join the rescue operation of its victims and the defeat of its perpetrators." (Andrea Hunter, Worship Leader Magazine, May 2013)
"Shayne Moore and Kimberly McOwen Yim write with candor about their own journey from 'suburban mamas' to modern-day abolitionists. . . . The authors present their story and information on how to go forward in an engaging, easy-to-process manner." (Chloe Pfifer, Horizons Magazine, March/April 2013)
"This book educates, inspires, and gives practical 'how-to' steps for getting involved in the fight against one of the worst crimes against humanity . . . a crime that is going on right now under our noses. Every person who is involved and/or interested in the tragedy of human trafficking should get this book." (Frank Viola, from his Patheos blog, February 15, 2013)
"Moore and Yim represent the heart of the biblical advocate and beautifully answer the aching question many of us ask: But what can I do?" (Cindy Breilh, national director, Women of Vision, World Vision)
"Kim and Shayne exemplify a long tradition of ordinary citizens refusing to sit on the sidelines while the poor suffer. They are relentless and an inspiration for us all." (Justin Dillon, director, Call + Response, and CEO, Slavery Footprint)
"Refuse to Do Nothing offers the new anti-human trafficking activist a careful foundation for understanding and evaluating how to enter the battle and make her effort count. The authors build a solid case for individual responsibility in our own backyard. Additionally, the reflective exercises provide opportunity for a meaningful pause that fosters sustainable commitments rather than emotional highs that fade with time and distance. This is the small group study guide that I've been looking for and will recommend to students, community service groups and churches." (Sandie Morgan, director, Global Center for Women & Justice)
Shayne and Kim have found their voice in helping us recognize where our worlds may have grown small, and how, through practical choices and conversations, we can thrive as conduits of change as we make justice an everyday habit." (Betty Ann Boeving, founder of the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition)
"Refuse to Do Nothing is not a comfortable read. It is intended to open our eyes to the brutal world of human trafficking, to break our hearts over what grieves God's heart and to make us uneasy if we do nothing. I pray that God will use this powerful and practical book to ignite in us a fierce resolve to engage this battle and that we will not rest until the last captive is freed!" (Carolyn Custis James, author of Half the Church)
"The issue of modern slavery is far more horrific then most of us can imagine. But I believe it's far more hopeful than most of us can imagine too. Read this book reflectively and join those who believe you have something to offer this injustice." (Laurie Bolthouse, producer, Trade of Innocents)
"Read this book. The topic is daunting, I know. Just turn the page--and then the next. Keep turning the pages until you've read all the way through. And then, do something." (from the foreword by Elisa Morgan, president emerita, MOPS, and author of She Did What She Could)
"Reader, you were made for this. Where you are today--your home, job, community, life--is exactly where God will use you to set captives free. In these pages Shayne Moore and Kimberly McOwen Yim invite you to join the particularly Christian work of ending human slavery. On each page you'll be saying to yourself, 'I can do this.' Thanks be to God." (Margot Starbuck, author, Small Things with Great Love)
About the Author
Shayne Moore is an author, editor and activist. Her first book, Global Soccer Mom; Changing the World is Easier Than You Think, chronicles her work with the HIV/AIDS pandemic and her involvement with The ONE Campaign, and received an endorsement from rock singer Bono. She is also the author of Refuse To Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern Day Slavery, which was named a 2014 Resource of the Year in Outreach Magazine. Shayne is the founder of Redbud Writers Guild, for which she sits on the board, and is senior editor at the Redbud Post. She is a writer at World Bicycle Relief and is a member of the World Vision Speakers Bureau. She also wrote a monthly column for the magazine Fullfill. With an MA in theology, Shayne is a national guest lecturer on issues of global justice.
Kimberly McOwen Yim is the founder of Abolitionist Mamas in San Clemente, California. She writes and speaks on issues related to human trafficking worldwide.
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