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Priest Pulse: A brand new day

Priest Pulse: A brand new day

In our Holy Week and Easter episode this year we listen to stories of sexual trafficking, ministries of anti-human trafficking, and resurrected life made possible through Christ. Colin interviews Becca Stevens, founder and president of Thistle Farms, and Bonnie Gatchell, founder and director of Route One Ministry. If you feel threatened or are concerned for a loved one, or simply interested in learning more information on human trafficking, follow these resources:

 

National Human Trafficking Resource Center

1 (888) 373-7888

SMS: 233733 (Text “HELP” or “INFO”)

Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week

Languages: English, Spanish and 200 more languages

 

Website: traffickingresourcecenter.org

 

Scars in Stilettos

https://www.amazon.com/Scars-Stilettos-Transformation-Exotic-Dancer/dp/0825463092

 

Girls Like Us

 

https://www.amazon.com/Girls-Like-Us-Fighting-Memoir/dp/0061582069/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_14_t_2?

_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=CRVWCHXD5XRVQEJJ0D0R

 

The Diary of Jasmine Grace

https://www.amazon.com/Diary-Jasmine-Grace-Trafficked-Recovered/dp/1541154940

Thistle Farms

https://thistlefarms.org/

 

Route One

http://lovedbyrouteone.org/

This episode was produced and edited by the Rev. Colin Chapman.

 

 

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