When Good Intentions Fall Short

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by Sherri McClurg, PsyD You’ve seen and heard the stories. According to the https://globalinitiative.net/global-report-on-trafficking-in-persons-2018/, at least 30% of lives trafficked internationally are children with those from the Caribbean, Central America, and Eastern Europe at the top of the list. These … Continued

Child Trafficking

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by Sherri McClurg, NHFC CEO/Clinical Psychologist “Where families and positive relationships are nonexistent is where traffickers prey.” An Unholy Alliance published an excellent article about the connection between kids in care and human trafficking. CSEC is the commercial sexual exploitation of … Continued

A Rough Morning

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by Sherri McClurg, CEO, New Horizons for Children It’s been a rough morning. For the third time this hosting season I have worked with our in country team to talk to a morgue about paying for “extra days” to hold … Continued

Serving God in Kenya

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by Dee Blank – Mission Trip Team Member Water.  When I think of the continent of Africa, I think of water. Or rather the lack of it. On our way to Kenya in early December, we prayed for rain. Upon … Continued

A First Step Towards Healing

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by Dr. Sherri McClurg As you can imagine, interview trips are one of the most amazing experiences… you not only get to see the countries our kids come from, but you see their culture, their life, and their experiences…. that … Continued

The End Has Come: Love Wins

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Part 6 of the Featured Families Series The children on the regular program have returned back to their home countries, and their host families look around to realize how quickly these children became family.  Saying goodbye is hard, and they … Continued

Comfort for the Hurting Heart

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Part 5 of the Featured Families Series Throughout hosting, the children slowly reveal their lives and personalities, their hopes and fears.  Sometimes these reveals comes in exclamations; sometimes they come in long talks around the kitchen table; sometimes they come … Continued

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