WHAT IS THE HUNDRED?
The Hundred Movement was born out of a vision to rescue and restore one hundred women and children from the bondage of human trafficking in the US.
There is widespread belief among American communities that the trafficking of humans is a third world problem - that we in the US are neither vulnerable or accessible. Our research says otherwise.
There are somewhere between two hundred and three hundred thousand (200,000 - 300,000) women and children being trafficked in the US. There are roughly three hundred and twenty two thousand (322,000) churches in the US. We are asking one church to take one life (one woman or child) and make them their own.
I have had a unique opportunity to house 6 young traffic victims in my house in Columbus, Ohio and watch the process of these young women being restored. I have also worked as an Artist Representative for the International Justice Mission and the Not For Sale Campaign educating communities on the issues of global sex and labor trafficking.
It is our goal in the Hundred Movement to build one hundred "points of exit" from human trafficking, employing the communities with whom we are connected and utilizing vital information and models that have been offered to us by the FBI, the Hope House (a faith based rescue home for girls in NC) and other non profit partners in the US and overseas.
We will use the local church to build these "points of exit" and train these local communities to rebuild the Underground Railroad, becoming a haven once again for young women and children to find safety from their traffickers.
These communities will also serve as educators in and around their homes and families. Repetition and consistency will save young American children from the agenda of human traffickers and local pimps.
We will partner with local and government agencies that are active in the fight against US trafficking and we will empower the Church to take action.
If you are interested in becoming part of the movement, please don't hesitate to email or call us. We would be excited to have your involvement.
Singer / Songwriter / Abolitionist
P.O. Box 457
Banner Elk, NC
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