August 2022 Newsletter. Independence is a goal we all strive for, especially for the women we serve at Hope Ranch. We’ve seen God do mighty things in the last six months with Deb through our Community Program.
July 2022 Newsletter. We believe that men and women have been created in God’s image. Every human being is an image bearer of the Creator of the universe. We all have intrinsic value as creations of God… so much so that Jesus gave His life to restore every relationship with Him. Human trafficking though, seeks to obliterate that value.
June 2022 Newsletter. Earlier this week I spent some time with the women in the residential program of Hope Ranch. I am again amazed at the courage these women display as they continue in the healing process from all of the evil trauma they have experienced. At one point in time the conversation turned to the national economy and wanting to know if Hope Ranch would be able to remain open…
May 2022 Newsletter. Today we face another reality with the darkness of trafficking. Many times the perpetrator is not someone from the outside, but rather an intimate threat residing within the home and heart of the victim. A recent national study focused on one of the many evils encountered when working with exploited and trafficked women: Familial Trafficking.
April 2022 Newsletter. Many people are aware of our Residential Program, which provides women in need the opportunity to live, free of charge, at our Ranch and experience hope and healing from the horrors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking. Few people, however, are aware of our expanding Community Program.
March 2022 Newsletter. We are blessed to have HopeNet work with Hope Ranch for Women in providing counseling to our women. Beginning in April, rather than our women going to their office downtown, HopeNet will be coming to us! We are turning our cabin into a “counseling center”, which will be used for one-on-one therapy sessions and group sessions throughout the week.
February 2022 Newsletter. I have often been asked this question: “What are some of the big struggles you experience at Hope Ranch for Women as you seek to help women who are experiencing sexual exploitation and trafficking?”
Hope Ranch for Women would like to wish you and your loved ones a very merry Christmas! We pray that this season of celebrating Christ’s birth is a time of being reminded of His love and the hope only He can give.
December 2021 Newsletter. Recently, women at Hope Ranch for Women were asked what would be different for them this Christmas season. Here is what a few said.
November 2021 Newsletter. As we enter this season of giving thanks, you will read a clear message of thankfulness in this newsletter. We are gratefulfor the opportunity we have to serve women in need.