Set Free is on a mission to provide freedom through
Christ. We are not a strictly humanitarian organization, but rather we are an evangelical organization that happens to do humanitarian work. We understand that we cannot make disciples of Christ if children are enslaved and have no way of hearing who Christ is and how much He loves them. We cannot make disciples of Christ if a mother is too weak from hunger to listen and absorb the Good News. We cannot make disciples of Christ if a father dies because of a water-borne disease, never hearing the name Jesus Christ.
We like to think of ourselves as an evangelical organization that happens to do humanitarian work. But it’s by meeting these very basic human needs that the light and love of Jesus is able to reach into the darkest corners of the world.
Children are rescued from slavery, reuniting them with their families when possible and caring for them when it’s not. All the while, our time spent with these children is used to equip them to become disciples of Christ.Learn More
Countless men, women, and children suffer from treatable illnesses in the villages we serve. Meeting medical needs that no one ever has allows our pastor partners to also effectively reach them with the love of Jesus.Learn More
Entire villages are transformed by drilling a water well that not only changes the community’s health forever but will also open the doors for our network of pastor partners to share the gospel of Christ with those villages.Learn More
Our pastor partners will permanently establish a church in villages and lead Bible studies to nurture and foster spiritual growth and expand the reach of the gospel.Learn More
Whether it’s hosting mobile medical clinics, rescuing children from slavery, reuniting them with their families, or providing clean water – everything we do is for the glory of God. It’s our way of making the love of Jesus real in this broken world. And these simple acts of love open the doors for our pastor partners to share stories of faith, shine light in the darkness, and make disciples of Christ.