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Transformation Garden

Up to 20 brave survivors of sexual exploitation and trafficking will be lovingly served at this beautiful, newly constructed, 8,500-square-foot, restorative care home outside Tupelo, Mississippi.

Number of individuals involved in cases reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline in 2019 (The vast majority of cases go unreported.)

22,300+

Number of shelter care spaces for sex trafficking survivors (according to Institute for Shelter Care's 2017 research)

1,300

It's happening now

Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world, producing nearly $32 billion annually.  

It is happening in every community, regardless of the cultural and ethnic demographic, degree of affluence, location, or size. 

Contrary to common thought, a person does not have to be transported across state lines or national borders to be a victim of trafficking. It can also take place in her own community and in her own home.

Trafficking frequently occurs within the context of manipulation by someone she loves – often a boyfriend or family member. The trafficker identifies and uses her vulnerabilities to create a sense of dependency. He violates her trust and uses her for his own selfish ends.

The majority of these survivors have been robbed of their childhood and any sense of joy in their lives. Though God has infused each and every one of us with dignity and worth, their perception has been distorted. And that's a grave injustice! 

The depth of emotional, spiritual, sexual, and physical trauma is heartrending.

Something has to be done to help. Why not us? Won’t God help us? Hasn’t Jesus said all things are possible with Him? (Matthew 19:26)

We share the heartfelt expression of the psalmist in Psalm 35:10:

"With every bone in my body I will praise him: 'LORD, who can compare with you? Who else rescues the helpless from the strong? Who else protects the helpless and poor from those who rob them?'”

So, we are simply saying yes, send us!

Definitions

Different than you may think

Sex Trafficking

Occurs when someone uses force, fraud, or coercion to cause a commercial sex act with an adult, or causes a minor to commit a commercial sex act.

Commercial Sex Act

Includes prostitution, pornography, and sexual performance done in exchange for any item of value, such as money, drugs, shelter, food, or clothing.

National Human Trafficking Hotline

If you are being trafficked or know someone you believe is being trafficked, call now.

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