Working in aftercare is tough. I remember being a peer mentor for teens coming out of sex trafficking. The pain in their hearts and their search for love is heartbreaking. There were nights I would get home from my visitations and just lay on the floor of my dorm room and cry. It didn't make [...]
Last night Brandon and I had the privilege of attending the MOMA's House Open Door Ceremony. This is my 3rd year in attendance, and it was just as beautiful as ever! MOMA's House is a safe house for women who have survived domestic violence or sex trafficking. You can learn more about their residential housing, [...]
Treated as criminals, but aren’t they victims?
A few days ago, a missionary friend posted an article on Facebook. There are a lot of sex trafficking stories out there, with the media taking the subject up as the new "hot topic." The stories are all very similar, so I usually don't read them. But the title of this one caught my attention: [...]