A Day to Honor Women Like Meseret and Seble
November 25, has been designated by the UN as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
It’s a day to raise awareness for women like Meseret in Ethiopia. Like nearly 90% of women in Ethiopia’s outlying villages–and nearly 200 million women around the world–she was a victim of female genital mutilation at age 10.
It brings much-needed attention to the issue of women at risk, but we know that it takes more than a day to push back against such harmful beliefs and practices. That’s why Langham, with your help, equips biblical leaders in hard places, and many of them where women are marginalized
Click here to meet one of these leaders, Dr. Seble Daniel, from Ethiopia. Because of your generosity, she was able to get a PhD in theology–a platform that allows her to speak as a passionate and authoritative voice in her nation for eliminating unbiblical and horrific practices like female genital mutilation. Today, she is equipping others—men and women like Meseret—to speak God’s truth in the face of injustice.
Learn how Langham equips biblical leaders like Seble around the world.