collaboration on behalf of dignity.

kathyescobar incarnational, injustice, the refuge 1 Comment

last night our dear friends kevin & linsey potter from oasis usa hosted a screening of the documentary, a handful of dreams–the truth about begging, followed by questions & responses to the issue of human trafficking and how we can make a difference here, now.  the film centers on a coordinated raid in bangalore, india, where over 300 women & children were rescued from a beggar ring.  it’s about 20 minutes & well worth the watch.  oasisusa has a beautiful initiative called traffick free communities where …

somebody’s daughter, somebody’s son

kathyescobar incarnational, injustice, the refuge 7 Comments

hello my dear-friends-from-afar, this is the longest time i have had between posts without trying to take a break since i started the carnival.  because this gap was unintentional, it has felt a little weird. but it has also been a good reminder that i am glad i have stayed dedicated to only writing when i actually have something to say instead of trying to make things up.  and trust me, the last few weeks have been one big speechless blur.  but i’m starting to come …