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When “Outreach” Becomes a Mission Field

I wrote this when I was about 5 months into the anti-trafficking movement. This was when my heart was still very raw for this landscape, and I was still learning. Now, I’m over two years [...]

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BTD: His Promise is Still the Same

Hi again, everyone! Right now I am going through major life changes! I will be graduating in May, moving to a new city, and starting a career in a field I did not expect to end up in. This is a [...]

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His Light Shines Through It All

“We are now His broken things. But remember how He has used broken things: the broken pitchers of Gideon’s little army, the broken roof through which the paralyzed man was lowered to [...]

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Pretty Woman vs The Real Woman

I was recently ordering take-out and waiting for it at the bar of Chili’s when a man sitting there struck up a conversation with me. He asked me what I did for a living so I told him I [...]

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Roller Coaster of a Ride

“From her early teens to mid-twenties, all she knew was a life of beatings, rape, abuse, drugs, and survival. In a moment of desperation for her, someone called law enforcement and reported [...]

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BTD: A New Chapter

Since this is my first blog post let me first introduce myself and explain how and why I came to work with Rescue Houston. I was born and grew up in The Netherlands. I am passionate about God, [...]

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Behind the Desk (BTD): Expectations vs. Reality

About a year and a half ago I learned about modern day slavery. This past January, I joined the Rescue Houston team as an intern for the spring semester. As a senior at Texas A&M University, [...]