You are invited to our 3rd Annual Benefit Concert followed by our first conference for starting restoration homes for rescued survivors of sex-trafficking.
Natalie Grant is hosting our 3rd Benefit concert at the Historical Belcourt Theater in Nashville TN on March 9, 2010 at 7:30 PM
It will be an incredible night featuring Tenth Avenue North, Brandon Heath, Britt Nicole, Phillip LaRue, and Audrey Assad go to www.belcourt.org to purchase tickets
Are you interested in learning more about the issue of human trafficking and sexual exploitation? Do you desire to be part of the process of hope for the countless number of individuals impacted by the sex trade? Have you felt called to be involved in shelter building for these individuals but over-whelmed by the amount of work required to make this a reality? Here is your opportunity to learn from experts in the field and network with other groups on this journey. This conference will help you to gain a historical perspective on the problem, attain skills which will enable you to move forward in starting your shelter including guidance on how to work with law enforcement, and provide you with tools to develop and assess quality within your restorative program. To download the registration form and get more information click here . The conference will be held in Nashville, TN on March 11, 2010.
It’s time to announce our 2010 Internship programs and we are thrilled to add two internship programs to Greece through the A21 Campaign. All information is on our website. If you are interested in spending 4 weeks or 4 months overseas with one of our shelter partners check out our internship program on our website.
As you are aware, sex trafficking is a huge issue in the United States, and its effects are devastating. Mercy Ministries knows this firsthand, as they already serve this population in their current facilities. Natalie Grant, The Home Foundation, and the Christian Trafficking Shelter Association (CTSA), are partnering with Mercy Ministries to restore lives of those affected by domestic sex trafficking. Mercy is committed to being very intentional about serving even more survivors of this horrific abuse.