A place to be beautifully broken, loved, seen
And given a voice to express pain, loss, and anger towards a preconceived idea of God.
Being taught about the Real Jesus, a good shepherd who never turns his back on the abused outcast of society.
Being shown a gospel-filled way out of trafficking into the arms of a Savior.
By being loved well, guided, and supported with no judgment or outstanding expectation to fit into a religious mould.
by LORI MEDLEY, Intervention Specialist
by CHRISTINA MEADOWS, Development Assistant
NAHT walked right next to me
along my journey from a
Then, they strengthened me
ready for the battle against Human Trafficking...