The Greatest Who Lived

My grandfather measured 5 feet 6 inches, with an intellect that stood tall among men. He could fix anything—give him a paperclip and a toothpick and broken faucet could spill forth a stream. I once asked my grandfather if he was fulfilled in his job. He stopped what he was doing, crinkled his nose in gentle annoyance, and said something like this..

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Naomi Zacharias
Girls of Dignity and Nobility.

even at that young age there was something in her spirit that refused to surrender her dignity to the evil around her. She fought as best as a twelve year old could fight against organized crime. She tried three times to escape the brothels, each attempt coming closer to freedom, each one snatched away at the final moment.

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Naomi Zacharias
Suffer. They’re worth it.

we were gently leading them back into the pain, asking them to feel it.  Sometimes that pain was overwhelming and could often only be handled in doses, but there was something freeing and healing about beginning to face it and walk through it. 

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Rachel Davis
Shining A Light On Slavery

On Shine A Light On Slavery Day today, February 7, we join the globe in raising awareness of the 40 million people around the world trapped in slavery. Wellspring International Director Naomi Zacharias writes a powerful reflection…

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