IJM Christmas Album “It Happened One Night” Family Christian Exclusive

Over 2,000 years ago, God sent his Son into the world to bring the ultimate freedom to all who would follow Him. This time every year, we get to spend time remembering and reflecting on the way that Christ has made us free. For 27 million slaves in the world today, freedom is nothing more than a dream. As I sit here writing this in the safety of a cubicle, it is hard to imagine a life of bondage and oppression, but that is reality for millions around the world.

This Christmas, YOU have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those living in slavery by partnering with the International Justice Mission, Family Christian Stores, and 13 of your favorite Christian artists in the purchase of “It Happened One Night” — a compilation Christmas album sold only at Family Christian stores (in store & online). The artists and record labels have donated their time to bring you a wonderful Christmas album from which 100% of the proceeds go directly to benefit IJM and the work they are doing around the world to bring justice to the oppressed.

Enjoy music from:

Laura Story
Mike Donehey of Tenth Avenue North
Matt Hammitt of Sanctus Real
Bart Millard of MercyMe
Ellie Holcomb
Jason Roy of Building 429
Jamie Grace
Matt Maher
Kari Jobe
David Crowder
Brandon Heath
Sara Groves

2 Responses

  • Yvonne Williams wrote on December 7, 2012

    Voices for Christ singing out against the severest of injustices. I thank each of you for doing ALL that you are doing in giving YOUR all against human trafficing. I found CCM and I've found a new world of music of Jesus embedded. I am so glad to be a part of this community. In Him...y v o n n e

  • Huskergal64 wrote on December 10, 2012

    i had never even heard the phrase, "human trafficking" until I moved to Seattle in 2010. It broke my heart to know that this is going on. Desperate parents selling their children, lonely girls and boys looking for love and unwilling children...yes, children being sold into...slavery? I thank these artists, musicians, techs and financial donors who put their time into this project.

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