NO LIMITS: Cynthia’s Audacious 55th Birthday Dream

By Cynthia Cavanaugh | Twitter: @cavcynthia When I was a little girl, I used to dream about what my life would be like at 20, 30, 40, 50 and beyond. I later learned that my dreaming translated into being defined as a visionary person–someone who is “given to audacious, highly speculative, impractical ideas and schemes, […]

Most Of Them Are Mothers

“I wonder what story [the children] will be told about their mother. Will they one day learn that she was forced to sell her body?” Most of them are mothers. That is something I became aware of for the first time this weekend when I opened up our research and started scrolling through the numbers. […]

Finding Freedom in Haiti

“… slavery to society, slavery to this world and slavery even to ourselves is not the identity of freedom Christ has given us.” Less than three years ago, my life looked great. I would wake up every weekday at 6:30am, shower and dress for the day, then drive to my amazing job as a marketer and event […]

One Woman Who Loves: Fighting Child Slavery in Haiti

“They might not want you, but I do. You can live with me now.”  By Megan Boudreaux | Twitter: @MeganinHaiti | Respire Haiti “Megan! Megan! Come, see! Someone is here for you!” I heard my neighbor yelling from the front gate. As I tried to see who it was through the downpour and the dark, I decided to […]