Category Archives: Justice

Update: Underground Justice & Aftercare Movement

I know it’s been awhile since I’ve posted about my involvement in the Underground Justice & Aftercare Movement (UJAM). Thanks to all of you who have asked about it. For you newcomers, UJAM was founded by me and a Nashville … Continue reading

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Life’s a beach.

Just going to paint a picture today. Hope you don’t mind the change of pace. Keep your eyes open for a new post on Wednesday! When you’re wading in waist-high water, it’s not really deep enough to swim, but deep … Continue reading

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What I’m learning about starting a Non-profit, a list

Trust our advisers and leaders We have to know who we are, to know where we are going It’s been done before Do the research Don’t wait for someone else to do the work It’s not as difficult as it … Continue reading

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O, Holy Night

I attended a Christmas concert yesterday afternoon, presented by the lovely Jama Bowen, compliments of the Scarritt Bennett Center. She sang a wonderful arrangement of Christmas songs including, “Sleep, Little Jesus Boy” and “Believe” from the Polar Express. She sang … Continue reading


Joy in the small things

Some days are really difficult for me to get out of bed in the mornings. Days like today, when I have to get going before the sun is up, I am sore from a long run yesterday, and I haven’t … Continue reading

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Official Name Release

NASHVILLE — In May, we announced that a group of people in Nashville are dedicated to providing direct services to victims of human trafficking. Today, we announce that we are no longer “that group of people”. Continue reading

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As Christians, we can do no less

An update, briefly. God is continuing to move the team forward to bring restoration to victims of human trafficking in Nashville/Tennessee. We are taking next steps, and bringing more people to the conversations. We are learning, and working diligently. As … Continue reading

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A life meant to be lived

…maybe life is meant to always be lived like this. To the fullest: joyful, fearless, hopeful, and content. Never being satisfied with knowing just enough, but always striving to know Christ more and live in His presence. I can be confident, content, and secure because of Christ’s unending love for me. Unafraid of the hard work ahead, because it’s work we’ve been called to do, a life we were meant to live. Continue reading

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Isaiah 60

20 Your sun will never set again, and your moon will wane no more; the LORD will be your everlasting light, and your days of sorrow will end. 21 Then will all your people be righteous and they will possess … Continue reading

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A shelter needs a name

Alright! If you have not read the previous post, you would benefit to do so now. Here is how we need you. We want to get moving on starting this shelter. Much has already been done, and even more is … Continue reading

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