Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Hope in the Dark

man-in-hat I scour the Internet daily looking for interesting and informative items to post on my new missions blog, missionaryscribbler.com. As I do, I'm becoming interested and informed and it keeps me constantly mining. I'm not even scratching the surface. There is so much to know and learn about how people are making a difference in the world. Unsung heroes and work that is going on beyond the parking lots of our churches and malls.

How does God want to use you? What's the story you're a character in?

I just downloaded the first chapter of Hope in the Dark. Go check it out.

Gmail - human trafficking in south FL - bryon.mondok@gmail.com

This email came to me from my friend Melissa...

OK, so i know some of you don't actually live in S. FL any more. But i was hopeing that you'd help get the word out about this amazing opportunity we have on July 7th to become informed about what is going on in Palm Beach County regarding human trafficking. I so wish i could be there but unfortunately will have to be out of town. However, if you're able to, register (that way they know how many are coming) and attend! Also, if you could forward this email on, that would be brilliant! grace and peace, Melissa

Register now for this free event.

Unspeakable: A Journey Through the World of Child Trafficking in Palm Beach County.

Host: Ahava Kids
Location: Jewish Community Center 3151 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach, FL 33409
When: Monday, July 7, 7:00PM 8:30PM

Don't miss human rights advocate Raymond Bechard, Founder and Director of Ahava Kids and author of Unspeakable, as he reveals the reality of child trafficking here in Palm Beach County.

This is your best opportunity to discover how you can help child victims of trafficking here in South Florida. Save the date now! You won't want to miss this important event!

Visit the website to register for this free event at www.ahavakids.org/palmbeach.htm

For more information please contact Carrie Snyder or Heather Struble at ahavakidspbc@gmail.com or call (561) 623-9070

P.S. Invite and spread the invitation to as many as you know! Forward to all your contacts to keep the awareness going

"I Saw What I Saw"

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via: missionaryscribbler.com