A 14-year-old went on vacation and was taken as a slave. Her own mother went to jail for it. An inside look at sex trafficking in the Dominican Republic and how to end it. Originally published by International Justice Mission, September 2016.
A young girl’s year of trauma culminated in a violent attack in broad daylight. Her family wanted justice. Originally published by International Justice Mission, April 2016
One of many blog posts I authored for TEAM, a global missions agency. The subject is close to my heart and was a joy to write as an official position statement.
This series was part of a new blog strategy I pioneered at the missions agency TEAM to explore new ideas in overseas service.
Graffiti artists in South Australia are bringing hope to an underground scene dominated by rebellion and anger. Originally published by TEAM, Horizons magazine, August 2013.
If activism and church-based development could transform one Mexico City slum, could it transform others? Originally published by Latin America Mission, Juntos Magazine, November 2012.
I helped Latin America Mission redevelop its historic magazine, The Evangelist, into a publication that better reflected the ministry’s field-led leadership model and passion for Central and South America.
In post-earthquake Haiti, the church offers comfort and hope for new beginnings. Originally published by Northwest Haiti Christian Mission, May 10, 2010.
They lost everything. Now thousands of internally displaced Haitians have come to the Northwest in search of new beginnings. Originally published by Northwest Haiti Christian Mission, April 2010.