RESOURCES

Explore IJM Resources

Whether you're seeking to raise your voice to your legislators, engage your church in justice or get the best tools there are to raise funds for rescue—we have resources to equip you!

Books

The Just Church
Become a risk-taking, justice-seeking, disciple-making congregation

This new book from IJM's Jim Martin shares tangible, accessible strategies to help your church respond to God's call to seek justice...in far-off places and right in your own community.

Deepening the Soul for Justice
The fight against injustice can be dark. How do you stay in the game?

This new "mini-book" from IJM's Bethany Hoang shares spiritual disciplines and the enouragement of faith for the justice-seeker. Renew your spirit with this helpful resource for the Christian seeking sustenance in the justice journey.

Tools to Seek Justice

The Freedom Commons
Gather. Act. End Slavery.

Connect with other abolitionists and take action together on critical anti-slavery legislation and advocacy in your city, state and nationwide.

Fundraise

Use our easy online fundraising tool to create a personalized fundraising page. Dedicate your birthday, special day or any unique event you dream up. Make freedom possible for children and families waiting for help with your own campaign. Access our fundraising toolkit here, get event ideas and tools to make fundraising easy!

Programs to Go Deep

DIVE
Do Justice. Know God.

DIVE gives your church the freedom you need and the structure you want as you lead your church to encounter the God of justice, explore how God is calling you to respond and engage in vibrant justice ministry.

The 24-Hour Justice Experience
Ignite Your Students' Passion to End Slavery

For youth groups and schools — Your students have questions about justice. Answer them with a 24-hour experience they'll never forget!

Studies and In-Depth Articles

In-depth studies, white papers and articles on IJM casework issues and impacts

Students

If people don’t know there is a problem, they can’t do anything to solve it. Educating yourself and others about oppression in the world is crucial to actually making a difference in the fight against injustice. Knowledge is the first step toward taking action.

There are millions in our world who suffer violent abuse and oppression, and they have no way to make their suffering known. By raising awareness, you can be a voice for the voiceless.