• May Director’s Message

    Hello Everyone, I sincerely hope all is well with you!  I was really encouraged this Easter season in remembering Christ is Risen and is coming back!  When all seems dark, this sustains me and I hope it sustains you, for our God is sovereign in ALL things! I had a...

  • April Director’s Message

    Hello friends of Redeemed! I hope all is well in your world!  If not, please let us know how we can pray for you! (Galatians 6:2 and James 5:16) Back in the fall of 2015 I posted the following Director’s message and feel it might be worthy to repost again...

  • March Director Message

    Hello Everyone! Hope everyone is feeling blessed! Before I get into the heart of this Director’s Message, I would like offer our sincerest and deepest apologies for the delay in getting our tax statements out. One the greatest blessings an organization can have is growth. Redeemed has had a phenomenal...

  • Hi everyone!  I’m thrilled to be writing to you all today with an update about our Sparrow House.  God has been busy preparing a place for women to come to heal!  Many of you know God blessed us with a beautiful three bedroom home six and a half years ago,...

  • Why Do They Stay?

    Why do they stay? I think one of the most asked questions in regards to prostitution and sex trafficking is, “why do they stay?” and even more so, “why do they stay so long?” And from an outsider’s perspective, I can understand the confusion. Some of these ladies have been beaten, emotionally/mentally abused,...

  • The Greatest of These is Love

    I’ll never forget the day I had a client ask me, about 24 hours after her arrival at the Assessment Center, “Why is everyone here so nice?” Before I could even answer her, she went on to say, “There’s no way all of you could be good people, it’s impossible.” She told...

  • Loving The Overlooked

    Loving The Overlooked “When they arrived, Samuel saw Eliab and thought, “Surely the Lord’s anointed stands here before the Lord.” But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not consider his appearance or his height, for I have rejected him. The Lord does not look at the things people look at....

  • The Tug of War to Trust

    If I sat down to make a list of people the Sparrows trust and then made another list of people the Sparrows do not trust I am honestly not sure which list my name would end up on. If missionary life was dependent on the population you love and serve...

  • Broken Sparrow

    I have my faults, Cant you see? The noise halts. To hear my plea.   I want you to hear, What I have to say. So come near, Dont run away.   “Why don’t you listen?” I yell, I scream. It feels like I’m in a prison. Maybe it’s all...

  • A Funeral and A Transition

    As with any job, the life-work balance for someone in vocational mission work is a constant journey.  In my experience, the ability to remain light, carefree and available is specifically hard for those dealing with heavy areas like sex trafficking. We spend most of our days trying to uplift and...