International Justice Mission is a Christian human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.
On April 21 at 7:30am we will be hosting a men’s breakfast to hear from a representative of IJM on how we can live out the gospel in helping the oppressed. This will be a dynamic time. Below is a form to let us know about how many to plan for.
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Schedule of the Event
April 21, 2012
7:30am – Breakfast
8:15am – Speaker, Jason Cutshall
9:15am – Q and A with Speaker
10am – Close in prayer
About our Speaker
Jason Cutshall serves as a Justice Advocate volunteer for International Justice Mission. IJM is a Christian human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation, and other forms of violent oppression. IJM lawyers, investigators and aftercare professionals work with local officials in 18 offices around the world to ensure victim rescue and rehabilitation, to prosecute perpetrators, and to build capacity within broken public justice systems so that the poor are protected.
In his role as an IJM Justice Advocate, Jason serves alongside IJM’s Church Mobilization team to encourage and equip churches, students, and community groups with resources, information and opportunities to deeply engage in biblical justice prayer, study and ministry. Jason has spoken at church services, taught small groups, and volunteered at outreach events.
While living in the Netherlands, Jason helped to launch’s IJM’s new partner office – IJM Netherlands – through recruiting, public speaking, garnering prayer support, and offering strategic input.
Jason is originally from Eden Prairie, MN. He completed his undergraduate and seminary degrees as Bethel University in St. Paul, MN and then joined Christian Associates International (CAI). He moved to The Hague, Netherlands and worked as the Director of Europe Operations for CAI. At the same time, he was a lay leader at Crossroads International Church of The Hague helping with small groups, outreach, teaching, preaching and to launch a new IJM office in the Netherlands.
In fall of 2010, Jason moved to Arlington, VA to get married. Since then he has been volunteering with IJM as a Justice Advocate and has been part of the Hands on Justice team at IJM’s headquarters. As a follower of Christ, Jason believes his role in this world is to share the love of Christ with everyone he meets, and that love cannot be fully shared without revealing God’s passion for justice. IJM is an organization that is seeking to bring loving justice to the oppressed, and Jason shares that he has been blessed to not only join in the work, but to also lead others into a life of seeking justice and rescuing the oppressed.