Freeing Slaves

Freeing Slaves Spotlight: Interview with Emily Worsham of Freedom 424

Today, VJN interviewed Emily Worsham of Freedom 424 to learn about their initiatives in freeing slaves and working towards justice. Freedom 424 is an anti-trafficking organization that began in Lynchburg, Virginia and now has a global impact. Can you begin by telling us what Freedom […]

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Freeing Slaves Spotlight: An Interview with Nerissa Hatter of A 2nd Cup

Today, VJN interviewed Nerissa Hatter of A 2nd Cup to dialogue about human trafficking in the Houston, Texas area and what a local non-profit coffee shop in doing to free slaves. To begin we have asked Nerissa to introduce herself and what A 2nd Cup […]

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Vineyard Spotlight: “Punching Holes in the Darkness,” Grafton Vineyard(WI) and Rahab Foundation

“Punching Holes in the Darkness” VJN invited Adam T. Arn to share about the journey he and his church have been on with Rahab Foundation, an anti-trafficking ministry in Costa Rica. Adam is Associate Pastor at the Vineyard Community Church in Grafton, Wisconsin.  He has his […]

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Vineyard Spotlight: Sandi Erickson – Duluth Vineyard/Trades of Hope

VJN asked Sandi Erickson to share her story of how the issue of human trafficking confronted her, as well as how she discovered a way to marry her gifts and skills with God-inspired creativity. Sandi Erickson is a an associate of Trades of Hope and a member […]

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Creating Disciples that Change Communities

How is sustainable justice-making related to discipleship? This week, Alan Scott shares his take on how Christ-shaped discipleship should inevitably lead to not only transformed individual lives but transformed communities. Alan Scott is the founding and lead pastor of the Causeway Coast Vineyard Church in […]

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