Whatcom County young people act in Hope4Justice video

This week's action step: Do you like to post and tweet? Contact info@hope4justice.org if you'd be interested in doing some social media work for Hope4Justice!

"I Didn't Realize..." video taped on 4/14/18

Young people in Whatcom County care about the issue of trafficking and are willing to publicly say so.  Nine young people ranging from age 11 to 18 showed up this weekend to say their lines for the Hope4Justice video titled, "I Didn't Realize..."    Many thanks to our actors: Lena, Juda, Ezra, Samantha, Nathan, Marlee, Paige, DeeDee and Caden.  You rock!  (We also appreciate the four moms that drove their children to the video location.)

Thanks are also due to the awesome group of volunteers that took care of all of the details -- big and small --  in planning and production: Kristin, Sherae, Karen, Betty, Bob, Rose, Lisa, & Jesse.  

And HUGE THANKS to Kyle, our videographer.  He is a WWU student that volunteered to create this video.  We're so glad he's willing to contribute his time and talent to fighting trafficking with Hope4Justice.

Twenty-two people working together to do what they can to combat trafficking in our little corner of the world. Well done!  
Sue Ann


Men of Dignity "A Men's Rally for Holiness"
When: May 5, 2018; 6:30-8:30 pm
Where: Hillcrest Chapel, Bellingham, WA
Details at www.MenofDignity.com 

Equipping & Imploring men to intentionally pursue a lifestyle of holiness.

  • Protecting not exploiting women
  • Fighting pornography
  • Eradicating trafficking
  • Fighting for men to live for Christ and die to self
  • Hating sin and loving Jesus
  • Leading well in all we do


The next Hope4Justice quarterly public meeting will be from 7-8:30 pm on May 15, 2018.  Put it on your calendar now!

Directions to Engedi Counseling Center: From Wiser Lake roundabout head North on Guide Meridian; immediately after Simple Box Storage Containers turn right into the driveway and drive to the second building on the left