Laborers: Fishermen or Farmers? Part 2

As noted in our last blog, living by earthly measures of success is “sinking sand”. No one can sustain the type of ministry Rescue 1 does for the long-term with their eyes always on themselves, wondering about their “impact”. Those that we serve are in deep, deep bondage. It is a trap to look to […]

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The Value of 1

Santisuk Village Visit The alarm rings. I scramble to shut it off! I think to myself, “Is it morning already? Man, I feel like I just feel asleep.” As my eyes flicker open, I suddenly remember that I have been anticipating this day for 2 weeks. So, why do I feel so weak, heavy and […]

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Year-end Report

This has been an amazing year for us and you together. We have been able to accomplish so much regarding the prevention and response of trafficking cases in Thailand and the U.S. Here is the number of lives WE (You and Us) have directly touched and empowered this year: USA 23 Rescues 14 Prevented children […]

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Beyond Boko Haram: Nigeria’s Human-Trafficking Crisis

Written by Lauren Jekowsky and Oliver Kaplan: The recent kidnapping of schoolgirls in Nigeria by the Islamist militant group Boko Haram is putting the spotlight on the problem of human trafficking in Nigeria, a scourge that has existed for some time and reaches far beyond Boko Haram. Nigeria is currently ranked as a “Tier 2” country […]

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