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Popular Video Game Used To Lure Child Victims

November 28, 2018

Popular Video Game Used To Lure Child Victims by Abigail Carcich Fortnite, a wildly popular online video game about survival, was first released in early 2017 by Epic Games. Its second mode, Fortnite Battle Royale, released only a couple of months later, surged in popularity nearly overnight to over 10 million users. Currently, the free-to-play game […]

Understanding Your Child’s Apps

September 4, 2018

Understanding Your Child’s Apps by ZOE Intern, Elizabeth Leathers How Well Do You Understand the Apps on your Child’s Phone? The popular app, LiveMe, is proving to be a breeding ground for the distribution of child pornography and grooming for future sexual exploitation. While LiveMe is marketed for ages thirteen and up, there are thousands of users […]

From the Road

June 25, 2018

From the Road After 64 days and 3700 miles on the road, 20 Road of Justice cyclists crossed the finish line in Santa Monica Beach on JUNE 23rd, Saturday.  This cycling challenge was started by two of our ZOE missionaries, Brad and Lori Ortenzi. The ride officially kicked off on April 21st in Virginia.  Along […]

My Voice Being Heard

June 21, 2017

My Voice Being Heard Hello! My name is Jessica Murphy and this year I had the pleasure of interning with ZOE International. I also had the opportunity to transfer to CSU Channel Islands in Ventura County where I am currently studying Business and Nonprofit Communications.

God Uses It All

March 20, 2017

God Uses It All Hi everyone! I hope you are all having a lovely week. My name is Brianna Thompson, though I am referred to by my nickname, Breezy. I am pleased to say as of this spring I am one of ZOE’s new interns. I am currently in the application process for College of […]

Dear ZOE Ministries… from the Heart of a Child.

January 5, 2017

Dear ZOE Ministries… from the Heart of a Child. We recently received a letter from a boy named Kado Kliewer, in Hastings, Nebraska. This is a great reminder that it doesn’t matter how old (or young) you are. Everyone can do something to make a difference in the lives of others. Dear ZOE Ministries,

Thailand x4!

August 29, 2016

Guest blogger: Stephanie Chabot This was my fourth trip to Thailand to serve alongside of ZOE. Every time I go I make sure I have the mindset of no expectations. I always want to make sure of that, because I want to see what God has in store for myself and the team. Each trip […]

ZOE Graduation

April 13, 2016

ZOE International Honors Leadership Graduates At ZOE International, we recently celebrated the 9th class to graduate from our ZOE leadership school. There were 17 graduates and 3 intern graduates.

Education is Key to Ending Child Trafficking

February 29, 2016

Elizabeth Mackie’s Path to ZOE Guest blog post by Elizabeth Mackie. As a retired Los Angeles police officer, who knew that 3 1/2 years ago I would become so vested in the cause of child trafficking? When the opening came up at ZOE for a bookkeeper, I was not actively looking for work and had […]

Finally, Something to Get Excited About!

October 19, 2015

Missionary Teaches Student Excitement Being the Vocational Training Director at ZOE, I have plenty of opportunity to interact with teen boys and girls, and I am thankful for my time with them. It is certainly a change of pace for them, as many are used to traditional education like math, science, history, and language study. […]

The Amazing Ways God Chooses to Work

September 7, 2015

God Helps Heal Woman With Cancer God has a special way of opening hearts. Each experience is different, making this one of the exciting things about sharing the Good News of God’s love and acceptance. We can never quite predict the amazing ways He chooses to work. In a village in Northeast Thailand, Mrs. Rung […]

Well Beyond Our Control

August 19, 2015

Prayer for Better Memory A young boy had been brought to ZOE for protection. He knew he would have to stand witness against and give testimony of what he knew and experienced. He understood his testimony would put a bad guy in prison. He knew if the bad guy were in prison, he couldn’t hurt […]