Dear Survivor | You Are Loved

Dear Survivor,

I see you. I am you.


Not too long ago, I stood on “life’s cliff” and told God “I cannot do this anymore.”


He said, “Don’t give up, you’ve come this far. I’m not ready for you yet.”


I said, “…but God, I’m tired.”


He said, “Well then, go rest, you’re safe.”


He stopped talking. I got frustrated. I thought about ways to die, but God said, “DeeDee, I love you. You’re stronger than you think…”


Every time you forget who you are, remember YOU are who God made you to be. Every time you forget your worth, remember YOU are worthy. Every time you allow your past to define who you are, remember YOU are your future. Every time you push God away, He never stops loving you because YOU are His child.


Your friend,



DeeDee's testimony

"You bless me all the got me off the street when I was in the cold, and you didn't even know who I was.You have given me the greatest gift already, you gave me HOPE.
You showed there is hope for humanity."


jessica's testimony

"I really cannot imagine where I'd be without you, honestly. Thank you for everything. You've made such a difference in my life. You're the embodiment of the things I strive to be, the things I think I will be when I'm more healed. You're brave and strong and passionate, but also kind and gentle and warm. Thank you for seeing me, for believing in my dreams."

Lara's testimony

"When I stepped through the doors, I felt a sense of love, warmth, and hope that wrapped around me—something I hadn’t felt in any other place."


Did you know?

Sex trafficking is the commercial sexual exploitation of an individual through force, fraud, or coercion.


Any time a child is used for commercial sex, including prostitution or pornography, it is considered sex trafficking, regardless of whether there is evidence of force, fraud, or coercion.


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