It’s FRONT LINE FRIDAY with Whit’s Victory Coffee

Me with Whit when Rescuing Hope released and the coffee was rebranded. It’s FRONT LINE FRIDAY! Are you a coffee lover? Today you get to learn how drinking coffee can help you fight human trafficking in America. I’m excited to introduce you to a friend of mine, Whit Hagemann. He worked as a barista in a local coffee shop, the Daily Grind, when he first learned about the issue of human trafficking and knew he couldn’t just go on life as usual. He had to do something. How old were you when you first learned about sex trafficking in [...]

By |2014-12-12T06:32:11-05:00December 12th, 2014|Christ Follower, Human Sex Trafficking, Women, Young Adult|0 Comments

Who are you really talking to?

Are you on social media? If so, which ones? Facebook? Twitter? Instagram? Linkedin? and the list goes on and on. When you read an article on the internet there seems to be an endless supply of social media networks available to share the story. Many people are connected on multiple social media sites and visit them all regularly. You can walk into many restaurants today and see a family of four sitting at a table saying nothing to each other, yet all communicating on social media. They've opted to ignore the people sitting in front of them and have chosen to focus [...]

By |2014-07-16T08:50:07-04:00July 16th, 2014|Christ Follower, Women, Young Adult|0 Comments

Friend or Frienemy?

How many friends do you have on Facebook? How many followers do you have on Instagram or Twitter? Do you know them all? Could you pick them out of a crowd and name everyone? If you,'re like most people, you answered the last question with a resounding "No" because you don't have consistent contact with over half of the people you're connected with on social media. While social media is great, it allows us to communicate the same message to a lot of people at once, it gives us a false sense of relationships and connectedness, if that's a word. [...]

10 Steps to Keep Your Child Safe on the Internet

Social Media Outlets Do you leave your front door unlocked? Or are you the type that locks the doorknob, the deadbolt and sets the alarm whether you're at home or not? We have locks on our doors to keep unwanted guests out of our homes. We want to protect our belongings, but more importantly, the people we love. None of us would willingly open our front doors to dangerous people and invite them in to have their way in our homes, but it happens every day through technology. When we allow our children to get on the internet [...]

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