Mission

To educate and empower young women (ages 10-25) to boldly stand against being ensnared by the ever-present threat of exploitation.

Empower

Inform and equip young women in every community.

Equip                                                                                              

To train leaders to use our books so that a movement grows to stand boldly against exploitation in their communities.

It is essential for young women (10-25 years old) to become aware that their culture and their own longings for love leave them susceptible to the devious snares of abusers, exploiters, and traffickers.

Recognizing the dangers will empower young women to make wiser decisions to protect themselves from harm and devastating tragedy.

Empowerment equips them to stand against the traps and lies and to find the true love and intimacy that God intends for them to have.

Vision

I envision young women empowered with new courage and wisdom to make healthy decisions to find true intimate love. Also, I hope that they would choose to be filled with Jesus' love. As we all together participate in providing empowerment to young women the vision can become a reality so that each girl has a safer future—emotionally, physically, and spiritually.

Genuine, secure, satisfying love is possible.

There is hope for young women who have gone through a series of damaging relationships in their search for real love. New insights can break that pattern and empower them.

 

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Values

Young women's and girls' lives matter.

Their enemies have mastered the art of posing as a girlfriend or boyfriend. It is crucial that we provide empowerment to young women so that they can stand against the threat of abuse, exploitation, and sexual trafficking, which are crouching on their doorsteps in every town and city.

Attractive doors of decision may become snares to girls, teens, and young women looking for love. How do they know which are safe and which lead to exploitation?

Attractive doors of decision may become snares to girls, teens, and young women looking for love. How do they know which are safe and which lead to exploitation?

All people are valuable and precious.

We were all formed with love by the Creator. No one is worthless nor an object to be used/abused for personal or monetary gain.

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Sylvia Rivera

Writer-Speaker