It’s all connected!

Do you ever take a trip down memory lane? Just a couple of days ago I was cleaning out drawers in my house and stumbled across several old photos. That good for a few laughs. You can read about it here. Clearly, this must be a memory week for me. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak at chapel at North Cobb Christian School, where my children attended for their first few years of school. A lot has changed about the school. They've added buildings, a football team, a new entry road, and the direction carpool drives is reverse from [...]

Lobby Day 2015: Raise Your Voice for Hope

Are you familiar with Lobby Day in Georgia? Lobby Day is a day set aside by the front line organizations in the fight against domestic minor sex trafficking where people come together as one united voice. The first Lobby Day I attended was in February of 2011.  The group gathered on the capitol steps to listen to various speakers about the steps necessary to combat the fight against sex trafficking in our state before tugging on the ears of those in the legislature. Since then the event has grown exponentially and the results of this event have been significant. There are [...]

By |2015-02-11T08:39:08-05:00February 11th, 2015|Christ Follower, Human Sex Trafficking, Young Adult|1 Comment

Are you in someone else’s seat?

Do you remember the story of the Three Bears? I used to read it to my students when I taught kindergarten. It was always a favorite. The children loved how I'd read in different voices when I came to the line: Somebody's been sitting in my chair." They loved it when I came to the part of Goldilocks getting caught in baby bear's bed. They would giggle, because she got caught somewhere she didn't belong. How many of us are guilty of sitting somewhere we don't belong? Anyone? In truth we are all guilty of sitting in a seat that isn't ours....the judgment [...]

By |2014-11-13T06:18:27-05:00November 13th, 2014|Christ Follower, Human Sex Trafficking, Women, Young Adult|0 Comments

“Ignoring child sex trafficking doesn’t make it go away.”

Have you heard of the movie 8 Days? It is a movie that is traveling the country in Studio Movie Grill theaters around the country. It was produced by After Eden Studios Production. The Atlanta premiere was last night at the Studio Movie Grill on Holcomb Bridge Road. The majority of the cast attended the premiere and were on hand to take pictures and answer questions about the film. Jaco and Philippa Booyens learned about the issue of domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST) and were greatly disturbed by it. They felt they had to use their craft to draw awareness and enlist [...]

By |2014-09-24T07:27:03-04:00September 24th, 2014|Christ Follower, Human Sex Trafficking, Women, Young Adult|0 Comments
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