Busy People Can Fight Sex Trafficking

So you want to do something about human trafficking. Maybe it was the article you read in the newspaper, or the documentary you watched last year. Maybe it was the survivor who bravely shared her story, or the statistics you read all over the Internet. You’ve already...

Women Lead in Rwanda

Rwanda is a country well known for the genocide that took place in 1994, resulting in the brutal murders of nearly 1 million people. While the insanity was stopped and the country stabilized, the incredible trauma left in its wake opened more doors for brutality to...

The Demise of Gaddafi and the Spread of Human Trafficking

As I listen to my Libyan neighbor’s two-year old child, aka. Ping Pong, race through the house bouncing off of walls and generally sounding like a herd of wild buffalo, I can’t help but ponder the present plight of their country. Like so many Libyans, my neighbors are...

Please Don’t Enslave My Sons!

There is a story I love in 2 Kings 4 of the Old Testament that speaks of the prophet’s widow and her encounter with Elisha. It bears a quick read: 2 Kings 4:1-7 1. A certain woman of the wives of the sons of the prophets cried out to Elisha, saying, “Your servant my...

What is in Your Hand?

Grace As Justice is a Publication To Combat Human Trafficking and Slavery. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something. What’s in your...

God is Welcome

Grace As Justice was an idea given to me – I strongly believe – by God. After much thoughtfulness and prayer, I have determined to make sure this magazine does everything possible to glorify Him. We still welcome anyone who wishes to be a part of the...

And We Begin

Welcome to Grace As Justice, a magazine whose central purpose is to combat human slavery and trafficking. Grace As Justice Magazine is set for its first publication on May 1, 2015. Feel free to explore this website in its present, budding stage for information on the...