I believe in the power of prayer. Every day I will pray for you until you are safe. This I pledge to do for the rest of my life in Jesus name Amen -
Nicole Catherine Spence
Over 21 million women, and children are forced into slavery worldwide.
The second highest crime in the nation.
Governments are turning a blind eye.
With 21 million people estimated to be in forced slavery today you barely touched the population. However it is about time that you did something and I appreciate your doing what you have done.
Personal Note from the owner:
I don't know you, but I pray for you every day. I pray that the Lord will bring you home. That you will have a life that is worth living, that you will be able to live free from fear, free from hurt, and that your pain will ease every day. I pray that you will be rehabilitated and that this will never happen again.
If you are addicted to drugs I pray for your health, your mind, your soul. I give my life to this project because I was once used.
To those of you who do not understand and possibly never will, there are larger things in life than the ice cream cone that you just ate with your children.
One day you wake up and your child is gone. The police are blaming it on someone they think you know. You search and search and search and eventually the people who helped you disapear. You have no one. Your life is empty and you have nothing left. You wish you were dead too but you can't die because you have someone out there that might still be alive and you need to know the truth. You are truly empty inside.
This is a mothers reality when someone takes their child. People think that its ok to justify the things that certain men are doing to society. They turn a blind eye because they can not face it.
I will face it for you. I will pray for it for you. If no one else prays I will do this every day of my life because I know that when the lord hears my prayers he will answer the prayers. Send me your prayer requests please. I walk with you all. The lord walks with those who walk with the Lord.
Nicole Catherine Spence - Human Rights activist, Michigan.