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Hero

“Not all heroes wear capes.” This is one of those phrases that started off talking about first responders, like firefighters and EMTs, and then turned into a funny meme where you would see [...]

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Nothing Prepared Me for This!

Like many, my passion to end human trafficking started well before I began a job in the field. I watched the documentaries, read the books, and even attended conferences on trafficking and sexual [...]

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BTD: A Beginning

The volume of which God calls you to a certain calling ranges for everyone. For me, ever since I first learned about human trafficking 7 years ago, I have felt an indescribable heartbreak that [...]

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Practicing Peace in Stress

I really wanted to learn the process of the hotline. I did a lot of case management jobs in the Netherlands but had no experience with a hotline. God definitely answered that desire because in [...]

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Rescue Houston Community Board Announcement

Dear Community Leader, More than likely you are aware that Houston is one of the top cities in America where traffickers manipulate and exploit young children, women, and men for their financial [...]

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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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