Roadmap to Redemption

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Createspace Independent Pub, Mar 17, 2013 - Religion - 138 pages
Roadmap to Redemption is the first of it's kind... a workbook for survivors of sexual trafficking written by a survivor. Rebecca Bender was lured into the life of human trafficking at the vulnerable age of 18. Now, rescued and restored, she uses the valuable lessons she learned to help bring other survivors to redemption. This nine week workbook is cupped with her personal testimony and injected with scripture. If you like Beth Moore's biblestudies, you'll love Rebecca Bender. She uncovers the seductive tactics traffickers use in America today and equips anyone who wants to work with exploited victims. This workbook can be used one on one, privately or in a group setting.Don't let this faith based, holy spirit led workbook pass you by. Endorsed by some of the biggest names in the Human Trafficking arena, Roadmap to Redemption should be in the hands of every victim of trauma!

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About the author (2013)

In 2007, Rebecca Bender escaped a life of sex trafficking here in the United States. After nearly six years of being forced into modern day slavery, she found hope and restoration solely through Jesus Christ. In 2013, Rebecca wrote her first book Roadmap to Redemption; the first of its kind - a faith based workbook for survivors and advocates, written by a survivor. Today, Rebecca is a nationally recognized, leading expert on the issue of domestic sex trafficking. She has trained thousands of service providers, first responders and faith leaders including President Jimmy Carter, National Director of FBI conference, Shared Hope International, Just Faith and more. Rebecca has also consulted on safe home start up all across the world. She is the recipient of multiple FBI and Congressional recognition awards, the 2015 Hero to our Generation Award, 2014 Female Overcomer Award, and the 2013 Unlikely Hero Award. She is also a member of the Survivor Leader Institute, National Survivor Network and the Oregon Cease Task Force. She serves as co-chair for the Oregon DOJ Human Trafficking Advisory Council and on the board of Exodus Cry. She was chosen as one of the top 22 Survivor Leaders being featured in a PSA titled, "More Than a Survivor." In 2014, Rebecca founded her own non-profit, the Rebecca Bender Initiative, a non-profit that provides trainings to first responders across America, as well as operates the largest and only, online academy for survivors of human trafficking seeking care outside of residential treatment. RBI has taken an innovate approach, by using technology to offer online mentoring services to survivors all across the world, especially those who live in areas where services do not exist. She continues to bring a multi-media message to the masses through her trainings, books, consulting and speaking. Rebecca was ordained as a minister in 2014 and is currently finishing her master's in Biblical Studies at Bethel University. In her free time, you can find her and her husband with their four daughters, enjoying their new home in the Pacific Northwest.

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