Friday, April 22, 2016

One Dress, One Year + Giveaway

Cover ArtSixteen Year Old Bethany Winz isn't your average gal. She has a passion for making a difference in the world, and I admire her. She believes in freedom. She learned about the millions of men, women and children enslaved and decided she needed to do something about it. For an entire year, she wore a black dress that she made to promote awareness to end slavery and promote justice. This girl is the real deal. She is Jesus with skin on. Full of passion to live the life Christ called his follower to live, she did  for 365 days.

Her attitude, spunk, courage and willingness to talk about her discouragement along the way is completely refreshing. I encourage you to pick up this book as it is a game changer for anyone who doesn't think that one person can make a difference. I am so proud of her. She is inspiring, and I think everyone can learn something from her message.  




If you need an inspiring read or something to get you out of comfort zone, this one will stretch you in a beautiful way. 
Thank you to Baker Books for allowing me to review this book for my honest review. I  give it 5/5 stars. 



I love how amazing Bethany is, and I think you should support this book. Not only that but the support of the end of human trafficking, which Bethany stands for. She mentions some amazing organizations that support the end of Human Trafficking. 

I think this is an issue that we all need more awareness, and I am giving a copy away! You just need to leave a comment in the section below, and Random.org will choose a winner on April 24, 2016. 


What do you know about Human Trafficking? 

3 comments:

Just Commonly said...

Thanks Sarah! Human trafficking is such a sad topic. I've always find it so depressing that fellow human beings can do this to each other.

Happy Celebration!

Aurelia said...

I know so little about it but it's impressive to me when young people make a stand. Would love to read the book. Aurelia gravelroadmusings@gmail.com

Sarah said...

Annie, you won this book. I'll get this out to you :)