Voices of Justice Blog

Be a Voice! by Sharon Ngai

My heart was forever marked in Bangkok, Thailand. I was on outreach in one of Thailand’s most notorious red-light districts when I saw the faces of exploited girls that I could never erase. The bar we entered was set up in stadium style seating with girls dancing on a...

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A Heart of Perseverance by Blaire Fraim

She had relapsed again. Just before Christmas, Shay had gone back to the warmth of the manholes under the bridge, selling her body for $10 in order to buy her next hit of “the rock” as she called it, or crack cocaine. This wasn’t the first time either, I’d been down...

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Loyalty and Justice by Kezia Hatfield, L.M.F.T.

Loyalty is an ever-developing revelation for me. Working for many years with survivors of sexual exploitation and complex trauma, as well as being a mom, daughter, sister, friend—the injustices are very personal. Loving my enemies and seeking justice can easily...

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Freedom = Hope by Marissa Smithson

What does freedom mean? When I think ‘freedom’ – I think ‘hope’. Freedom means you can dream about what your future could be. Freedom also means you have the power and ability to make that future a reality. My freedom means if I want to become a teacher, I can study...

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The Role of Faith in VOJ

"May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit."- Romans 15:13 Hope. Such a precious commodity. Such a powerful resource. Such an incredibly necessary element of life. When...

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Where Were You?

Matt Freidman has been fighting human trafficking for over 20 years now. I find his talks inspiring and heartbreaking at the same time. In this TEDX talk, he discusses a young woman who asks us all a very difficult question. Please take a few minutes (it is only 10...

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Busy People Can Fight Sex Trafficking

So you want to do something about human trafficking. Maybe it was the article you read in the newspaper, or the documentary you watched last year. Maybe it was the survivor who bravely shared her story, or the statistics you read all over the Internet. You’ve already...

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What is in Your Hand?

Grace As Justice is a Publication To Combat Human Trafficking and Slavery. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. What's in your hand?  

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The Journey to Justice: Healing Rain by Cathy Cupp

It was an unlikely place for a breakthrough… the killing fields just outside of Phnom Penh. Because of my tender nature, this was a painful place for me to visit. The killing fields are located throughout Cambodia and hold the remains of thousands of men, women,...

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