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A Passion to Make a Difference

October 17, 2016

A Passion to Make a Difference Hi there! My name is Nicole Bird and I am one of the new interns at ZOE for the semester. I am a senior at California Lutheran University and am studying Criminal Justice. Most of my professors have incorporated human trafficking into their courses. They have realized that this […]

A Trip of Many Firsts!

September 12, 2016

Guest Blogger, Jessica Ramsay (Jessica was a part of a short term missions trip that visited our Children’s Home in Thailand this past August) This trip to ZOE was filled with many firsts for me. The first time traveling as a short term missionary, first time traveling to Thailand, and the first time traveling outside of America. […]

Doing What You Can, Where You Are

February 8, 2016

The following is a guest post from our faithful ZOE supporter, Tammy Bauer. We asked her to write this because, like most of us, she is an ordinary individual who wants to end child trafficking. Using her sphere of influence, gifts, and talents, she has found very creative ways to raise money and spread human trafficking […]

Bruised Reeds….Special in the Sight of God

April 22, 2013

Bruised Reeds….Special in the Sight of God There is a scripture that says “A bruised reed, I will not despise.” I always thought that was beautiful, poetic and truly expressed the compassion of God. It felt very personal to me, because I came to the Lord many years ago with damaged emotions and a wounded […]

An Amazing Intern from Master’s College

November 19, 2012

An Amazing Intern from Master’s College On occassion, ZOE has interns from the local Masters College in Santa Clarita who assist us with varying projects around the US office.  The interships are for class credit.  This semester, we happily welcomed on board Lynlee Kumamoto from Masters.  Lynlee was able to intern at the ZOE Children’s […]

Slavery No More Conference 2012

August 20, 2012

Slavery No More Conference 2012 Volunteering as a ZOE Table Bearer for the 2012 Global Human Trafficking Conference was a great experience. What made it great was meeting and connecting with so many wonderful people. First of all there were my fellow volunteers Sharon, Vicki, Shirley and Nicole. Sharon had the new ZOE Cookbooks so […]

Coming to a Park Near You Real Soon!

July 2, 2012

Coming to a Park Near You Real Soon! At times, the struggles we face and the tragedies we see playing out in the real world can be overwhelming. While it is difficult to deal with our own issues, we often feel totally helpless when considering the plights of those less fortunate than ourselves. However, this […]

Communities Unite for a Cause!

June 25, 2012

Communities Unite for a Cause! Summer’s arrival in Southern California recharges and unites communities. Towns hold festivals, farmers’ markets fill with crowds and the celebration of our nation’s independence spreads Americana through the air. This sense of community has been especially beneficial to ZOE Children’s Homes, as three local organizations have recently teamed with ZOE […]

A Gathering of Passion-Orphan Summit 2012

April 2, 2012

A Gathering of Passion-Orphan Summit 2012 145 million orphans on the earth today!  True and undefined religion is this, to visit the widow and orphan in their distress.  Hundreds will gather on May 2nd and 3rd at Saddleback Church for the annual Orphan summit put on by Chirsitian Alliance for Orphans. Attendees come from all […]

Integrity and Honor: A Key for the New Boys Home!

March 13, 2012

Integrity and Honor: A Key for the New Boys Home! As Americans continue to face challenging economic circumstances, stories of corporate greed and injustice seem to dominate the media. This, however, is not one of those stories. This is the story of corporate generosity and social responsibility, wherein two successful business partners team with their […]

First Ever ZOE Rescue Walk Coming Soon!

March 9, 2012

First Ever ZOE Rescue Walk Coming Soon! This year, there will be several charitable walks across Southern California dedicated to raising funds and supporting those suffering from diseases. For victims of cancer, multiple sclerosis and AIDS, these walks provide not only much needed financial help, but they also raise awareness and create a sense of […]