Raleigh Sadler has served in Christian ministry for the last 15 years. Currently, he is the founder and executive director of Let My People Go in NYC. His passion is to see the local church fight global injustices, like human trafficking, by loving those most vulnerable.
As a speaker, his work has taken him to universities and churches across the country speaking on how the christian faith frees us to explore justice and mercy in our communities. With that said, he believes that the church should be leading the way in the fight against human trafficking. With this message, he has worked with the Price of Life Invitational, New York City Urban Project, the MNYBA, the New York State Anti-trafficking Coalition, City Serve, as well as several other justice and mercy organizations. He believes it is the responsibility of the church to love those who are at risk of exploitation.
Hannah is a current MDiv student at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and is serving as Let My People Go's Research and Development Fellow. She is a 2015 grad of Western Kentucky University where she studied International Affairs, Philosophy, and Mandarin. Throughout college, she became passionate about the plight of the vulnerable, working with undocumented orphans in China and Taiwan, as well as with international students with CRU. Hannah is committed to seeing communities transformed through equipping individuals, particularly in the local church, to love those who are hurting around them.
Kristyn is a May 2015 graduate of Ouachita Baptist University where she received a bachelor's degree in Christian Studies: Missions/Ministry. During her college years, Kristyn spent two of her summers living and serving in New York City. It was during this time she was connected to Raleigh Sadler and Let My People Go. Upon moving to New York City in the Fall of 2015, she spent a year as an apprentice while also beginning her journey with LMPG. Kristyn is currently overseeing the LMPG Experience Internships.
What We Value
Motivated by the Gospel
LMPG is motivated by the gospel of salvation and grace, not one of law or guilt. Only the Gospel is sufficient enough to motivate the local church to selflessly love those most vulnerable. LMPG believes that the only way to love others is to rest in God's love for us, which is clearly articulated in the historic creeds of the Church.
Empowered to Empower
LMPG desires to empower the churches that we partner with to effectively reach the vulnerable in their communities. In turn, the most vulnerable are empowered – being brought from vulnerability to strength.
Compassionate on Purpose
Recognizing that we, as human beings, do not naturally drift into compassion, LMPG strives to be intentional and strategic – demonstrating compassion in all that we do.
LMPG seeks to cultivate a culture of integrity, virtue, wisdom, and commitment that influences all of our actions and interactions. By being professional, we treat others with dignity.