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Can I Make A Difference?

November 21, 2015

Ways to Fight Human Trafficking Together Most of us have heard about human trafficking and have a general understanding of what it is. Now that we know the problem, can we take the time to learn more? Something as simple as learning the signs of human trafficking could potentially save or prevent someone from getting […]

Wisdom Doesn’t Always Come With Age

October 21, 2015

Youth Can Stop Human Trafficking Last year, 17-year-old Malala Yousafzai was awarded the Nobel peace prize for her global advocacy for millions of girls being denied a formal education because of social, economic, legal, and political factors! Josiah was 8 years old when he became king, and he reigned 31 years in Jerusalem. (2 Kings 22:1) Ryan Hreljac […]

Reaching Beyond Our Sphere of Influence

September 23, 2015

Using Social Media to Spread Human Trafficking Awareness Today, according to Adweek.com, there are more than two billion active social media users worldwide. The generation between 15 and 19-year-olds spends at least three hours per day on average using platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. We at ZOE have consciously chosen to use social media […]

College Students Compelled to Action

August 17, 2015

Students Fight Human Trafficking This summer, we’ve received many exciting opportunities to share about the work ZOE does. Getting invited to share our stories at different events not only helps us spread the love of God and human trafficking awareness, but it is also inspiring to meet many like-minded students who want to fight human […]

Could I Become A Victim of Human Trafficking?

July 29, 2015

Many students have never thought of the possibility of becoming a victim of human trafficking. The truth is that approximately 300,000 youth run away from home in the U.S every year. (US Department of Justice) 1 in 3 teen runaways are approached by someone in the sex-trade within the first 48 hours. These are some […]