It seems almost fashionable these days to talk about the evils of sexual trafficking. It's another to spend the evening seeking out it's victims, standing in front of massage parlors praying, interceding for teenagers who pass us trying to catch our eye. We accompanied Samaritana, a ministry to women caught in prostitution in Manila founded by Jonathan Nambu, a BGU grad. It is an evening that few will forget, and it is our prayer that it catalyzes similar work in the cutie of our students.
Randy: I'm an activist in heart and practice who is slowly growing in the experience of God's love. I'm constantly doing, often writing something, struggling to think, and always grateful to be married to Tina and in love with Jesus. I'm currently working on a third book, this time a book of prayers.
Tina: I love the ocean, crocheting, working in my garden, and spending time with neighbors on Mondays for coffee and chocolate. I'm constantly observing people and wondering about their lives. I love being married to Randy and working with him.