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August STM Blog

September 17, 2019

It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words but I say one word is worth far more than a thousand pictures to convey the work that God is accomplishing through ZOE International in Chiang Mai, Thailand. That one word is GO!

ZOE Recognizes Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month

March 26, 2019

By Jessicah Ray, PA & Concussion SpecialistTraumatic Brain Injury Awareness for Survivors of Human Trafficking Much advancement has been accomplished in the recognition of the comprehensive and trauma-informed health needs for survivors of human trafficking. However, publications and guidelines have yet to consistently include the consideration for traumatic brain injury (TBI) assessment and care. This can be […]

The Day ZOE Changed My Life

March 12, 2019

ZOE AustraliaBy Mark Easton My first contact with ZOE was in 2013 when I met David Cross while on a mission trip to Chiang Mai with my son’s school. David told the group the story of Moses, the first man to try and abolish slavery. In Exodus 4 Moses, confused and overwhelmed, tries to convince […]

Lessons from Thailand

February 27, 2019

  ZOE Thailand By Gaye Obenchain, January 2019 USA Joint Short Term Team Member Every year, two short term teams come to ZOE Thailand from the United States. We are privileged to have so many wonderful people over the years from all over the U.S. come to see first hand what God is doing through […]

The Home Front and the Fight

February 6, 2019

The Home Front and the Fight Against Human Trafficking – Part 2: Community Awareness and Action By Jessicah Ray, PA-C ZOE International From Individuals To Communities In August of 2018, ZOE shared practical tips for individuals to fight human trafficking on the home front by keeping eyes open to the signs of domestic violence, and by speaking up (https://gozoe.org/2018/08/24/the-link-between-domestic-violence-human-trafficking/)when […]

Top Things You Need to KNOW About Human Trafficking

January 6, 2019

Human Trafficking Facts “Human trafficking is happening in your subdivision, my subdivision, in apartment complexes, and everybody is unaware of it.” – Louisiana State Representative Valerie Hodges KNOW the Stats Exact human trafficking statistics are difficult to collect because of the hidden nature of trafficking. Labor and sex trafficking are the main forms of human […]

freedom

December 6, 2018

Freedom By Jessicah Ray, PA-C Why is a diagnosis of human trafficking important? Human trafficking is internationally recognized as a public health problem with over 40.3 million victims identified, and with one-quarter of those being children. (Dovydaitis, 2010, Fink-Samnick, 2018). In response to this global epidemic, hospitals and clinics are joining the mission to end […]