• January Director’s Message

    Goodbye 2017, and hello 2018! Wow!  What a year!  I shared with the Redeemed staff this week how fortunate and blessed we have been in 2017, and all because of God’s faithfulness of resources and staff which I believe was one of our best years ever!  I have a lot...

  • A Message from Redeemed Austin

    I was truly grieved when I was first approached with the news that Redeemed Austin would be closing down their operations. I have been around as a volunteer for Redeemed Austin since the beginning, but door after door seems to be shutting for us in Austin while I see God...

  • A Message from Redeemed Dallas

    Hello, I hope you are having a lovely fall!  As the weather starts to change, it reminds me of the changes Redeemed Ministries has gone through this year, with the start of Sparrow House Botanicals, the effects of Hurricane Harvey and women coming into and going from our safe house....

  • December Director’s Message

    Merry Christmas Everyone, I hope this season finds you well and not overly stressed out because of what I call the Christmas Crush.  This crush can be the weight of shopping, busy schedules with co-workers, friends and family, and the general busyness of this season.  I hope you get to...

  • Priceless

    Priceless

    A couple of years ago, For King and Country put out a song called “Priceless.” Not only has this song been instrumental in helping me overcome struggles with my own self-worth, but I attribute a lot of my passion for human-trafficking to this song as well. The song starts off,...

  • Blessed to be a blessing

    Blessed to be a Blessing

    “Gratitude takes what you have and makes it enough.” I confess one of my biggest struggles is contentment. Growing up in America, we constantly hear about the American dream, the very essence of which is “work hard so you can get more.” More money, better cars, a nicer house. And...

  • Social Stigmas

    Social Stigmas of Victims

    As an English teacher, I feel that it is my duty and my pleasure to become a complete literary nerd with the classics.  However, I somehow did not read many of them in high school or college.  That is probably some kind of system failure.  Although, maybe the detriment of...

  • November Director’s Message

    Greetings Redeemed Family, I hope everyone is settling into a great season of Harvest and Thanksgiving celebrations!  I was so excited when I chose to write this month’s Director’s Message because November is also when we celebrate those who have served.  On my 18th birthday I went to the post...

  • Finding solace in self care

    Finding Solace in Self Care

    I started my journey with Redeemed Ministries as an overnight staff member at the Assessment Center (30-day shelter), and I am proud to say that I recently began working as a Resident Advisor at the Sparrow House (safe house). My time serving at Redeemed has been filled with both numerous...

  • Resource Recommendation

    Resource Recommendation: Texas Human Trafficking Mapping Project

    Welcome to the resource recommendation! At Redeemed, we want to equip you to be an informed anti-trafficking advocate, and the resource recommendation is our way to guide you to current information on trafficking. One of the hardest things about fighting trafficking is a lack of research. Statistics are extremely hard...