Dropping in on a new life

Image of girl in Myanmar rescued from trafficking

Light in Darkness

Life in Myanmar was difficult for Ei Zin. Her parents divorced when she was 16, and her mother's severe heart condition resulted in insurmountable debt from medical bills. Ei Zin found herself financially responsible for her mother and herself, so she began working in a factory where she could earn just enough money for food and rent.

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Image of girl in Guatemala rescued out of human trafficking


Carla was among the most vulnerable people in her Guatemalan community. She had both physical and intellectual disabilities and absolutely no one to protect her. Unbelievably, the people who were supposed to be caring for her at the institution where she was living tied her to a gurney and sold her for sex!

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Picture of Suzan smiling

Restoring a Lost Smile

Suzan would sleep on the cold dirt floor as her mother fulfilled the sexual desires of both men and women. If a customer was present in the daytime, Suzan and her sisters would have to stand watch for any other prospects and keep them entertained until their mother finished with her previous client.

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Picture of Anna Formerly trafficked girl Myanmar

A girl learns to trust again

As directors of the Heaven’s Family Human Trafficking & Slavery Ministry, we hear heartbreaking stories of children who have endured unthinkable pain. But because of you, these stories are ending in transformation and hope! Here’s a report from our partner in Myanmar.

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Picture of Formerly trafficked girls praying in the Philippines

Set Free!

There is nothing more beautiful to witness than the heartfelt worship of lives set free. The photo above shows some survivors of human trafficking in the Philippines uniting their hearts in thankfulness to the Lord for all He has done. Revival has been ignited in the hearts of these young women. What better report could we hope for?

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Picture of discipleship ministry in Thailand

Thai’s that Free

77 is a good number, I think. Reaching out to the outcast, perverse, rough-around-the-edges men of Pattaya, Thailand (often called the sex tourism capital of the world) was not what our partner had in mind when he and his wife, Jaidee (who works to help rescue victims of sex trafficking) settled in Thailand as missionaries more than 20 years ago. After all, it was easy to see young women as the victims, and these men as predators—and yes, many of them were—but God often sees things in a much different way.

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