March 16th, 2017

Shelter

By Valerie Bellamy, Director of Cemetery Outreach I’ve been thinking a lot about shelters. What is takes to build them and what it means to be one. I’ve got much more to learn about both of these. We chased down a girl stolen from her home, brought here and handed out to men in a jungle brothel. I’ve sat[…]

November 14th, 2016

Made Known

Knock, knock, knock. The innkeeper opens the door. With a downcast face and a shake of his head he answers the desperate plea of the young couple. “Sorry, there is no room.” This mythical exchange is so entwined with the telling of our Savior’s birth; we hardly realize that the innkeeper does not appear in scripture.[…]

August 25th, 2016

Love is at Work

Love. It greets her at the door. She enters Sarah’s House defeated by insecurities which are often masked by a forced smile, a strife for extreme perfection or rages of anger. She comes in feeling like a stranger. She thinks her past, her struggles, her hurts are things that no one can relate to, and[…]

We are dedicated to serving adult survivors of sex trafficking in Oregon. It is our goal to work in a collaborative manner with authoritative local organizations like Safety Compass to create a program that offers services to the exploited and vulnerable living in Oregon. Safety Compass is a new, crucial organization for survivors of sex trafficking[…]