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"A memoir that ably addresses the challenges of meeting one’s personal needs while also serving humanitarian causes."


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Why Are Humanitarians Exploiting the People They're Helping?


We can’t expect perfection from humanitarian workers. But sexually exploiting the people one is meant to help isn’t an endearing little character flaw. That’s blatant participation in the very same oppressive systems the person is supposed to fight against.

7 Ways Everyday People Can Help End Slavery


We need committed frontline workers (particularly those who practice boundaries), but this work cannot be left to non-profits alone.  We need people from all sectors to make even small but sustained contributions.

Should I Volunteer with Survivors of Trafficking?


If all my non-profit did was force people to gawk at alarming pictures of women chained inside brothels, I’m sure we would elicit a strong emotional reaction from people. But after making those people upset, maybe even motivating them to give one-time donations out of outrage, then what? 


"This book will help keep generations of world-changers in the game, instead of tapping out because the struggle is too great.”

Tim Coleman
Founder of Brown's Mill Church
+ Lead Pastor at Corralitos Community Church



"I can't be a beacon of hope to a hurting community if I’m living in darkness. I can’t cultivate hope in others if I have none to begin with myself."
- Katie Bergman