Monday Musings – How does being a child of Christ change a life?
The more I write, the more I read, the more I watch about human trafficking, the more committed I become to do something about it.
I am still wearing a dress for December so I can ask, “Can a dress change the world?”
Thank you to all those who have commented, prayed and donated to Ratanak International. Thanks for your caring and sharing. I will be extending my pledge to match up to $500 given to Ratanak through my page (or by cheque with my name in the subject line) and my offer to give $5.00 to Ratanak for every Tadeo Turtle sold. I will extend both of these until mid January.
If you are finished with turkey, and gifts, and family – please consider looking into my Ratanak page. My heart is broken to know that this travesty goes on in this 21st Century. I thought all that ended with the abolition of slavery. I was wrong – very wrong.
Please become aware. Listen to others and if you think a person may be in an abusive relationship – listen to them. Pray for them. Get them help.
Look for where God is leading you. Don’t turn away because it isn’t nice, it isn’t pretty. Go where God wants you to go. Be aware. Be there. Share this information with a friend, a co-worker.
Here are some notable videos and links about #humantrafficking and Ratanak.
A tour of the RAP home – the Ratanak Achievement Home.
Since 2012, the Ratanak Achievement Program (RAP) has been committed to equipping survivors of exploitation with vocational and life skills training, empowering them to pursue their dreams and live independently. This RAP Community Home is where they learn, where they experience care and love, and where they continue their journey of healing.
Brian McConaghy, founder of Ratanak, talks on 100 Huntley Street about chatting to the girls who were rescued from #sextrafficking in Cambodia by Ratanak International.
“These girls get Christ. … They can relate to Him. … No one can take Jesus away from these girls.”
A great article written by Sue Carr Tiffin in The Highander. Check out page 18. Talking about Violence Against Women.
Can a dress change the world? I think it can. Join me and get the word out there! (click to tweet)
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