Human trafficking is slavery.   


It’s the illegal trade of human beings. It’s the recruitment, control, and use of people for their bodies and for their labor. Through force, fraud, and coercion, people everywhere are being bought and sold against their will–right now in the 21st century.  But phrases like ‘slavery’ and ‘human trafficking’ can still feel ambiguous. This is the reality: slavery is violence. It’s physical, verbal, and sexual abuse. It’s forced prostitution. It’s barbaric working conditions.

Slavery is more stoppable than ever, and that’s why we’re here, rallying around the world and doing the work together.

Healing What Hurts

Girls are not for Sale!

I think that many of us assume human trafficking is something that happens in other countries, and hardly (if at all) goes on in America, in our own neighborhoods and cities we call home. This is so untrue!  Jesus said “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” John 8:31-33.  As Christians and women we must open our hearts and minds to the horrific facts of Sex Trafficking. Read more on Women & Sex Trafficking

Women and Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are very common today, but frequently go undetected due to their secretive nature. It’s important to be aware of the signs and symptoms so you can recognize that you have a problem – or that someone you know may be struggling.  The following signs and symptoms may have originated from something besides an eating disorder. Read more on Women & Eating Disorders

Women and Self Harm

Self-harm has become a rampant epidemic that is affecting many people today – including our youth.  The act of self-harm sometimes referred to as self-injuring or cutting is a deliberate, repetitive, impulsive harming of the body mainly done in secret and can sometimes be hard to detect. Read more on 

Women & Self-Harm  

Women and Addictions

Living with an addiction is like walking around every day with an iron ball and chain shackled to your leg.  It goes everywhere with you, weighs you down, keeps you from reaching your full potential, and controls your life.  It could be drugs, alcohol, and tobacco – anything that is consuming your life and impairing your ability to make rational decisions.  Read more on

Women & Addictions