This Friday I have been invited to the 700 Club television show, with the Christian Broadcasting Network, to speak about The Unseen. Join me and tune in! It airs live from 10 a.m. Eastern, to 11 a.m. on Freeform cable network. It will then re-air Friday evening at 11 p.m. Additionally, I will participate in a second interview for 700 Club Interactive that will air on Monday at 9:30 a.m. on Freeform cable channel, Facebook, and other social media avenues.
Imagine driving past middle and high schools and they start to disappear. Taking every student inside with them. Young friends and family members just gone with no explanation, no trace of existence. The common thread is not race, religion, or gender, but rather it is their age. The average American middle school has 600 students, ages 10-13. The average American high school has 700 students, ages 14-18. Together they make up 40% of the United States student population and many are susceptible to being trafficked.
If my mother was told the yard rake would have helped, she would have used it. Instead, she pushed the brush’s teeth into my thick tangled knots and raked. In and out, stops and starts, the hairy tangles meeting stubborn teeth of the brush’s end. I hated my hair being brushed and chose never to do it. But like most mothers, our choices affected her; and, like all great mothers, she took them in stride.