/PROJECTS/CentralAsia.aspx Bringing Hope Proviing tools

interdiction, counseling, skills training and restoration from human trafficking

spiritual leadership, equipping and mentoring Christian leaders serving in restricted
access nations

bringing hope and restoring dignity through
micro-enterprise initiatives

Dear Partners,

Since the days of the Northern Iraq crisis began I have missed many hours of sleep, cried myself to sleep on other nights and wondered aloud how we could ever work together to rescue so many who have no voice, no defense and no hope in northern Iraq. 

But God has done a miracle. With more than 100,000 individuals in our care and "Community of Hope" refugee camps offering protection, provision and shelter, a small ray of light has started to break through the darkness. And without the compassion and generosity of people like you, it would not have been possible. The days ahead are filled with challenges as we continue to rescue those who are perishing and to help re-build the lives of many.  As we continue this work, I want to say thank you for joining with us in this miracle effort.  The battle is not over, and the needs are even greater than when we began.  If we continue to pray and give our best, I know that we can help change the world for those who so desperately need our help.  

There is a verse from the Bible that has sustained and strengthened me, and I trust it will encourage you as well.  "Now glory be to God! By his mighty power at work within us, he is able to accomplish infinitely more than we would ever dare to ask or hope."  (Ephesians 3:20).  



give now and let's
change the world together




A "No-Trafficking" Village

Can a formerly trafficked young lady make her rural Nepali village safe from trafficking? Here is one girl’s story:

Anita was a victim of human trafficking. Yet, she was miraculously rescued. She found shelter and healing during her 6 month stay in one of our Nepali Rescue Project safe homes where she learned a skill and prepared to eventually return to her village.

She had been back home in her village for several months when I was taken to meet her. I was told she had since launched a small

business and started an “Ambassador Club” with other girls her age to help insure they learned about the evils of trafficking and never had to experience anything like her personal pain




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