Can an everyday person make a difference for refugees? Yep. They can! Just as I’ve seen it...Read More
Category: Sex Trafficking
by Elisa | Mar 31, 2020 | Art of Advocacy, Being World Changers, Children-in-Need, Create Awareness, Hard Conversations, Human Rights, Human Trafficking, Leadership, Safe Spaces, Seeking Justice, Sex Trafficking, United States | 0 |
What is happening with trafficking and the coronavirus? Here are some changes in the anti-trafficking world as human trafficking meets COVID-19.Read More
by Elisa | Sep 1, 2019 | Create Awareness, Fully Alive, Hard Conversations, Human Trafficking, Mental Health, Recovery, Safe Spaces, Sex Trafficking, Spiritual Discipleship, United States, Women's Empowerment, Your Stories | 0 |
No one really likes to talk much about trauma (like abuse or trafficking), including the everyday...Read More
This is a guest post from Anna Carroll, founder and director of LightForce International, a global...Read More
by Elisa | Mar 11, 2019 | Anthropology Psychology Sociology, Art of Advocacy, Children-in-Need, Community, Family & Relationships, Hard Conversations, Seeking Justice, Sex Trafficking, United States | 0 |
Today I did something scary. Actually, this is the second time in a couple weeks this has...Read More
Modern slaves: how many are there? 21 million? 27 million? 32 million? 45 million? Whether we quote our favorite number with burning holy anger, morbid glee, heartbreak, or detachment, one thing for sure is that this little...Read More
What I’m I About?
Like you might be, I’m a busy parent, a leader of some, and I even burnt-out while doing world changing things (surprise!). I re-calibrated. I’ve brushed-off, grown a little, and now use my experiences (both the good and bad) to continue empowering you to make a difference–but while also guiding you be more fully alive. Sound good? > Let’s do this!
Journal Through Change
I’m Insta’ For You!
What Do You Need?
Free Kindness Ideas Checklist
Love checklists? So do I!
If you need ideas to help you start doing spectacularly little--and yet kind--actions that make a difference, this is for you.