Songs Against Slavery

Last Thursday night, Songs Against Slavery hosted a concert with Judah & the Lion and Andrew Ripp! It was so cool and such a blessing to experience the whole evening. In between the two musical acts, they had a woman who is a survivor of sex trafficking share her story. It was super powerful and definitely made me want to do something to make a change! It was a super awesome event and I’m so glad I got to go! Songs Against Slavery is a really awesome ministry and one of its founders is a Hope student! Hope is so blessed to have awesome students putting on events like this that aren’t only for other students to enjoy, but also for such greater reasons like this one. This is definitely one way I have truly seen people live out the love of Jesus!

Here are some pictures from the event! It was such a blessing!

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Make sure to check out Songs Against Slavery’s website and follow them on Twitter at @sas_endslavery! You can also follow me at @hopekathryn17, leave a comment, or send me an email at kathryn.krieger@hope.edu! I’d love to hear from you!


“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’”

—Matthew 25:40

Published by Kathryn Krieger

I'm a Hope junior from Princeton, Illinois, majoring in Ethics, Culture, and Social Witness with a music minor. I am a follower of Christ and I am involved in Chapel Worship Team at Hope. Previously, I have been involved in Chapel Choir, Black River WyldLife, Res Life, Dance Marathon, a small women's Bible study, College Chorus, Women's Chamber Choir, and Collegium Musicum. I also currently help lead music at Pillar Church! I also love pork chop sandwiches, music of all kinds, The Office, and my wonderful friends and family! Contact me at kathryn.krieger@hope.edu, @kathrynekrieger on Instagram, or @hopekathryn17 on Twitter!

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