Hope for the Sold seeks to make sex trafficking non-existent. Its goal is to resource leaders with relevant, up-to-date, and accurate information and connections that will create a modern abolitionist movement. Through writing and film-making, Hope for the Sold is fighting sexual exploitation one word at a time.

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Thank you – You made so many things possible!

Posted on Nov 27th, 2012

Each year, amazing stories happen in our programs all around the world. Here are just a few highlights from 2012. None of this would be possible without your steadfast financial and prayer support. Thank you! “Simona, a widow, was overjoyed to…

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Posted on Apr 16th, 2012

Like many abolitionists who use their early mornings, evenings, and weekends for anti-trafficking work, I have a day job. Some days when I get home from work, I am exhausted and overwhelmed by the tasks that lay before me – whether it be…

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Hope for the Sold: Fighting Sexual Exploitation One Word at a Time

Posted on Apr 4th, 2012

When Jay and Michelle Brock took a youth group to a leadership conference five years ago, they had no idea the event would change their lives in such a profound way. Michelle says she had been asking God for help to discover the one thing that He…

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The Impossibility of Ending Human Trafficking

Posted on Feb 10th, 2012

  In addition to running Hope for the Sold on evenings and weekends, I work at an office where we do creative and silly things…like decorate our windows with window markers.  As I was heading out the door last night, I saw a quote…

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