557686_10151082325734747_856822376_nI was asked this week to write a guest blog post for the non profit organization Shared Hope International. Their mission is to prevent, restore, and bring justice in the fight to eradicate sex trafficking. Here is a portion of that post…

When my daughter was little she received $30 for her birthday that she could spend on whatever she wanted. Of course, we thought she would want to spend it on a stuffed animal or toy.

But we were wrong. Very wrong.

When her mom asked her what she wanted to spend it on, she asked for the catalog we received from a non-profit humanitarian organization. It was the kind where you could purchase things like goats, chickens, food, and clothing for people in need throughout the world.

We figured she would want to buy some chickens for a family or clothing for a child, tangible items she was familiar with. But as she looked through the catalog, she kept turning the pages until she found what she was looking for.

What she did next, we’ll never forget.

To read the full post, click here.

 

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