Fight Human Trafficking

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May 2-4, 2014Santa Cruz Mountains | Conference Center

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Recap

In early May the second FIGHT Conference was held at Mount Hermon. 140 advocates, faculty, exhibitors, vendors and even some survivors were in attendance. Over 20 different anti-trafficking organizations and churches from California and states as far away as Massachusetts and Oklahoma were represented.

This year’s FIGHT Conference went beyond our expectations. We were able to provide that place of peace, set apart for these people to come away, get refreshed, meet others involved in the struggle and learn better ways to FIGHT this terrible battle.

Here's what people said about Fight Conference

“What an amazing thing God will be doing with the connections and conversations that happened this weekend!”

—Brian Wo

“Thanks to the Mount Hermon team for all the amazing work each of you put in to host such an incredible weekend. Thank you, thank you, thank you! We have returned home refreshed and inspired in many ways. We look forward to the planning process of FIGHT 2015!”

—Betty Ann Boeving

“Thank you for all of the hard work and energies in putting together this conference! There couldn’t have been a more peaceful place and I know that we have all been refreshed. Thank you for including Made For Them and the desire to bring a holistic conference.”

—Andrea Shabaglian

“Thank you so much for including International Justice Mission in your FIGHT Conference. It was an honor and joy to be a part of it. The grounds set up the weekend for adventure and reflection and was a welcome change of scenery for us all. I know you poured so much into this weekend and hope the team at Mount Hermon has a sense of all our gratefulness and God’s delight.” —Jocelyn White

“Thank you so much for the opportunity to teach our training program on Human Trafficking and Pornography at the FIGHT Conference. I was actually able to connect with a few of the survivors who were in attendance. I’ve been praying about a mentoring program and now because of what God did at this conference, I am connected to Fresno, Modesto, San Diego and the East Bay with girls and advocates who are able to send us more girls! I’m so thankful to the staff at Mount Hermon who have been so kind and cared so much about this issue. God bless you!” —Jill Ranes

Plans are already underway to offer this conference again in 2015. We’ll be moving the date to the fall (October 23-25) to better coordinate with other area anti-trafficking events. We’re humbled to have been used by God in this unique way to reach a group of people who desperately need what Mount Hermon has to offer; a place set apart to retreat and become refreshed and encouraged.

We’re thankful for the blessing of resources, expertise and manpower that we could contribute to this effort. We have been blessed to be a blessing to His Kingdom.

Recordings of the 2014 conference sessions are available here

Description

 

human trafficking / (v.) - to trade in human beings for the purpose of exploitation.

Read that definition again and let those words sink in…

  • To trade
  • in human beings
  • for the purpose of exploitation

Human trafficking is an evil in this world. An evil that preys on the defenseless; on those who can’t fight for themselves. This evil is pervasive, it’s persistent and it crashes on the shores of our cities and towns with the relentlessness of a rising tide.

Recognizing this evil and making the decision to do something about it are two different things. As Christ followers we can no longer turn a blind eye. A huge opportunity lies before us. It’s time to act. But more than that…

It’s time to FIGHT.

The mission of the FIGHT conference is to defeat human trafficking by empowering people and mobilizing the Church.

Join us as we bring together a network of dedicated individuals in the Central California area who are committed to fighting modern-day slavery. Whether you are just learning about human trafficking or are already passionately engaged in the fight, come for three days of training, teaching, networking, and refreshment.

Faculty

Keynote Speaker | Eugene Cho

Eugene Cho

Eugene is the founder and executive director of One Day’s Wages — “A movement of people, stories, and actions to alleviate extreme global poverty.” He is also the founding and lead pastor of Quest Church and the founder/executive director of Q Cafe — A unique non-profit community cafe and music venue in Seattle. Born in Korea, he immigrated to the United States at age six and grew up in San Francisco. He trekked out to the East Coast for several years, returned to the HomeLand of the Morning Calm (South Korea) for couple years, and now lives in Seattle with his family.

Worship Leader | Justin McRoberts

Justin McRoberts

Justin McRoberts has been a constant and noteworthy presence on the independent music scene since 1999. A songwriter, storyteller, teacher and an advocate for Justice, he is one of those rare artists who blends artistry, passion, honesty and humor seamlessly.

Sharing songs and stories with an audience is where Justin’s gifts are most fully realized. His live shows strike a delicate balance between intellect and emotion. Justin is an impassioned, wise and effective teacher and communicator. He teaches widely on the Biblical link between Worship and Justice.


Additional Faculty

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    Ken Wytsma is a leader, innovator, and social entrepreneur respected for his insight and collaborative spirit. He is the president of Kilns College, where he teaches courses on philosophy and justice. He is the founder of The Justice Conference—an annual international conference that introduces men and women to a wide range of organizations and conversations related to biblical justice and God’s call to give our lives away.

    Ken is a consultant and creative advisor to nonprofits such as World Relief and Food for the Hungry. He is also a church planter and the lead pastor at Antioch Church and the recent author of Pursuing Justice: The Call to Live and Die for Bigger Things, published by Thomas Nelson Publishers.

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    Brian Wo lives in the South Bay with his wife Angela, and their two children. He is the Director of Partnerships for the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition and has over sixteen years of vocational ministry experience, including twelve years as the Associate Pastor of Grace Community Covenant Church. A native of Phoenix, AZ, Brian studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, and worked in the Aerospace industry before answering the call to vocational ministry. Brian holds a B.S. from UC Berkeley, and a M.A. from Fuller Theological Seminary. Besides being an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Covenant Church, he plays jazz, loves running, and tinkers with his '67 Mustang when he has spare time.

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    Vanessa is an accomplished Sr. leader at Cisco Systems as well as a Mom of two children, singer, songwriter and musician. She is passionate about young people and has voluntarily served since 2000 as the Director of Faith Fellowship's Youth Dance Team where she has taught 100's of children ages 3–25. In 2010 one of her 15 year old students was sold into the Bay Area sex trafficking industry. Although she was eventually located and is now rehabilitating, Vanessa encountered many other children and young adults who, like her student, were US born women, men and children trapped in modern day slavery. Her response was to launch Love Never Fails, a non-profit dedicated to the rehabilitation, education and protection of young people at risk or currently being sexually exploited. Vanessa has experienced first hand what it means to be a foster child, on welfare, abused and abandoned. She believes the issue of sex trafficking will be solved with committed demonstration of love through prayer, mentoring, job training, outreach and education; all services that Love Never Fails provides.

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    Jocelyn White is Director of Church Mobilization, West Coast for International Justice Mission (IJM). Jocelyn equips congregations throughout the West Coast to engage in the Bible’s call to justice through studying Scripture, prayer, and both local and international engagement.

    Jocelyn and her husband co-founded Slavery No More, a non-profit organization working with law enforcement and the public to fight both domestic and international human trafficking. Jocelyn is also an active member of the Los Angeles Metro Task Force on Human Trafficking Outreach Committee and has worked with Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST) victims residing in an aftercare facility in Southern California. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Peter, and son, Simeon.

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    Mark Fisher is the U.S. Director of Red Window Project, a Christian non-profit organization that serves survivors of human trafficking and exploitation in the Philippines. He also volunteers as an International Justice Mission Justice Campaigns State Leader, attends Western Seminary as a part-time student, and writes about human trafficking for Examiner.com

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    After earning a Masters Degree in Cinema and TV Arts, Guy spent many years working as a Production Executive in the entertainment industry. He has worked in executive capacities with such companies as Universal Studios, CBS, The Arthur Company, Westar Media Group, Westwood One Broadcasting, Compass Arts Productions, and The Bubble Factory. Along with his professional career, Mr. Noland retains a college professorship in an effort to educate young filmmakers in the art of storytelling. Guy currently functions as the Executive Producer/Director of SAVN.tv, a new online media network sponsored by The Salvation Army, Western Territory.

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    Betty Ann is the founder and Executive Director of the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition. She has been leading, teaching, and speaking about community-based strategies to fight human trafficking since 2002. She worked for International Justice Mission from 2004–2007 and in 2006 climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro to raise $45K to fight child trafficking. Betty Ann is in her 15th season as “the voice” of the Stanford women’s basketball team. She holds a B.A. from the University of Oregon and her M.A. in International Policy Studies from Stanford, specializing in International Conflict Resolution. Betty Ann has led educational tours around the world to all seven continents and has visited over 80 countries.

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    Chris is the Founder & Director of The Grace Network (TGN). TGN is a faith-based anti-trafficking network mobilizing communities throughout the Sacramento region to combat human trafficking locally and beyond. Originally launched with 12 members in the summer of 2011, TGN has since matured into a network of 1,300 individuals representing over 300 different agencies in the private, public and religious sectors.

    Over the past 8 years, Chris has been advocating for the poor, hurting, and oppressed. He has worked with hundreds of exploited and high-risk individuals. Recently, he coordinated a Survivors of Exploitation program for sex trafficking victims and now serves as a Project Consultant for a federally funded anti-trafficking program called the Rescue & Restore Coalition. Chris makes his home in Sacramento, CA with his gracious wife of 6 years and two beautiful children, Kourage and Selah.

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    Benita volunteers with the local faith-based organization Love Never Fails. She has directed an education team and co-written a program for middle school to high school aged students and is a Mentor for Positive Change with the organization. Love Never Fails is committed to rehabilitation, education and protection of youth involved or at risk of sex trafficking domestically. For the past seven years Benita has been involved with the non-profit organization, Tamar's Justice. She's traveled to various countries in Asia with this ministry and looks forward to the next trip and destination to bring hope to those who suffer from shame and abandonment. As an educator she uses that platform to teach on the subject as a prevention tool. She knows what slavery looks like on the local and global scale and has a heart for the women, men, and children most vulnerable. Benita was awarded "Working Women's Award" by the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Association of Santa Clara Valley in 2011.

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    Mark is the Lead Pastor at Dolores Park Covenant Church in San Francisco, CA. Before coming to DPCC he served as the Director of Church Mobilization for International Justice Mission, raising awareness concerning God’s heart for justice and empowering churches for action and prayer on behalf of those suffering from violent oppression. As a pastor one of Mark’s great desires is to equip people to live out the prayer of Jesus..."thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven".

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    Jill is a survivor of human trafficking on film. While still enslaved in pornography she called out to God to rescue her when no one else would. She’s now the founder and director of the Out of Egypt Network, a grass roots ministry helping victims of sexual exploitation be recognized, heard, rescued, and protected.

    Jill is a certified rape crisis counselor and regularly speaks out about crimes of sexual exploitation and human trafficking across the Bay Area. She has recently appeared on Christian television as an advocate, mentor and activist for victims and survivors, including speaking out for girls on film to be included in our fight against sex trafficking.

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    Andrea is the founder and executive director of MadeForThem®. Her passionate and authentic personality engages hearts to inspire change. In 2011, Andrea along with her husband, founded MadeForThem to raise awareness and resources to combat human trafficking, promote social justice and human rights. The F.A.C.E.S. of MadeForThem are Fashion, Advocacy & Art, Collaboration, Education & Prevention and Survivor Rehabilitation. Beyond launching a clothing line to combat human trafficking, building a survivor led social enterprise and being a voice for the abused; Andrea is a worship pastor’s wife and mother of two precious little ones living in Fresno, CA.

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    Rosario is currently the program director for CAS Research and Education. She has been a chronic volunteer from an early age, starting as a bilingual tutor in 3rd grade. She believes that championing the “underdog,” especially those in their adolescent years, is vital to the fabric of our community. Besides having the perfect job, she still volunteers at the Sacramento Juvenile Hall with both the Juvenile Justice Chaplaincy and Bridge-Network “Game Changer” program. She mentors teens and provides moral support for female inmates. Rosario was an instrumental member of the Prop 35 team, leading its grassroots effort in Northern California. Married with 2 sons who most often than not forgive her without conditions.

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    Kate serves as International Justice Mission’s Regional Advocacy Coordinator for the West. IJM is a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. As an Advocacy Coordinator, Kate works with connecting people to their government by equipping them with the resources they need to be an agent of change in their community and beyond. Her passion for mobilizing advocates has continued to develop at both the state and national levels while assisting in the organization IJM’s National Advocacy Summit and California Lobby Day. Before joining IJM in 2012, she interned with California Against Slavery in Fremont, CA where she became acutely aware of human trafficking here in the state of California. She currently resides in Long Beach, California.

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    Brian is Director of Youth Mobilization for the International Justice Mission in Washington, D.C., where he works to connect youth ministries with the goals and strategies of IJM. Brian is also the author of the book, “10 Minute Moments: Seeking Justice” and creator of IJM’s “24 Hour Justice Experience”. Before joining IJM, he was a local church youth pastor for 25 years who also helped lead a large network of youth ministries in Washington state. Brian and his wife Lori, who serves as an IJM Justice Advocate volunteer, live in Bellevue, Washington, and have three grown children.

Highlights

Conference Highlights

  • 4 worshipful general sessions
  • Over 20 elective seminars
  • Resource Center with vendors and resources
  • World-class recreation activities for relationship building & refreshment
  • Powerful networking opportunities
  • Film Screening

The FIGHT Conference will feature over 20 excellent elective seminars including…

  • Igniting a JUSTICE Movement in Your City
  • A Snapshot of Human Trafficking in the Bay Area
  • Love Don’t Hurt: an abuse prevention program designed for the local school
  • Training Mentors for Positive Change
  • How to Identify and Work with Child Sex Trafficking Victims
  • The Theology of Justice
  • The Pursuit of Justice: Laying the Foundation for a Slave Free City
  • Training Volunteers for the Care of the Survivors of Trafficking
  • Mom’s in the FIGHT: Exploring ways to engage in the battle while raising a family

Recreation
One of the star features of the FIGHT conference is the venue itself. In addition to outstanding conference and meeting facilities, Mount Hermon is home to some of the finest recreational opportunities in the area. Whether you want to get up in the trees on the ropes course or canopy tour or stay grounded on the trails either hiking or mountain biking or on the water with an afternoon sea kayaking junket, Mount Hermon has just what you’re looking for. And it’s all complementary (with the exception of the canopy tour). Experience by yourself or turn it into a team building exercise by including your staff! Mount Hermon has trained team builders on hand to help you and your team get the most out of their experience.

FIGHT Seminars

Igniting a Justice Movement

Jocelyn White, Director of Church Mobilization | West International Justice Mission
Explore accessible strategies to help your church respond to God’s call to seek justice, defend the widow and orphan, and rescue the oppressed... in far-off places and right in your own community. Whether you’re already committed to doing justice in God’s name and want to mobilize others around you, or you’re newly awakening to God’s call.

A Snapshot of Human Trafficking in the Bay Area

Brian Wo, Director of Partnerships | Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition
Learn what the faces of human trafficking look like here in our backyard, and find out what people are doing all around the Bay Area to fight it. We will share about the unique landscape of the anti-trafficking movement here and how to get engaged in areas of prevention, intervention and aftercare.

Love Don’t Hurt

Benita Hopkins, Education Director | Love Never Fails
The U.S. Dept. of Justice states that 65-88% of victims and perpetrators of trafficking have been abused as children. The Love Don't Hurt Program is an abuse prevention program and tool delivered to children around the Bay Area from 4th grade to high school. In this seminar, we’ll discuss this nationally sought after program and why it has been effective in giving students services and strategies to combat abuses of every kind. This seminar will show you how traffickers use abuse to oppress and manipulate. We’ll discuss how you can become a facilitator of Love Don’t Hurt at your local schools, and how to not get caught in the web of not knowing what to do.

Lasting Freedom: Best Practice Model to Equip Survivors for Fulfilling Careers

Mark Fisher, U.S. Director | Red Window Project
For trafficking survivors, release is not recovery nor is liberty livelihood. Often, their primary vulnerability factor is poverty. After intervention, poverty remains and trauma from their criminal abuse increases vulnerability. Red Window Project has developed and refined a unique, comprehensive, and innovative model that equips survivors for economic self-sufficiency in promising careers. Learn about their principles, process, and practice to better understand how to help survivors achieve long-term success by empowering them to thrive.

After the Exit…

Vanessa Scott, Executive Director | Love Never Fails
‘Rescue alone is not enough’ doesn't just sound good it's absolutely correct. When a person is removed from their abusive exploiter they need resources, somewhere to go and some to love and support them as they heal. During this session we’ll discuss the importance of aftercare programs which include mentoring, job training, housing and clinical services and how each of us can play a important role in restoring survivors of sex trafficking.

The Theology of Justice

Ken Wytsma, Founder | The Justice Conference
In this course the concept of Justice will be explored in relation to our knowledge of God or as a matter of 'theological necessity.' Often, justice is engaged out of emotion, fashion or hobby. This session will help root the concept of justice in the heart and character of God and help build a holistic framework for engaging in Biblical Justice as a Christian. In addition, we'll provide a framework on how to discuss justice in your church, home group or workplace.

How to Identify and Work with Child Sex Trafficking Victims

Chris Stambaugh, Founder/Network Director | The Grace Network
What makes a child or teen vulnerable to sex trafficking? What are some indicators that a young person has been exploited? Once a survivor is identified, how do I build an empowering relationship with him or her? All these questions and more will be explored in this training. Please join us for this engaging workshop if you are passionate about advocating for exploited and high-risk youth!

The Pursuit of Justice: Laying the Foundation for a Slave-Free City

Ken Wytsma, Founder | The Justice Conference
The foundations of a slave free-city are the foundations of individuals grounding themselves in justice. Come learn about relevant philosophical foundations for justice, and historic examples of activism that will inspire ideas to implement in your context to move others towards the action of creating a slave-free city.

Training Volunteers for the Care of the Trafficked Survivor

Mark Kirchgestner, Lead Pastor | Dolores Park Church
As we grow in awareness that God loves those who have suffered from violent oppression we are compelled to care for them holistically; this includes their spiritual needs. However, this requires great care as we consider how they have been traumatized. This seminar will focus on the essential elements every caregiver needs to keep in mind when addressing the spiritual needs of survivors, with special attention to the importance of our motivation, theology, presence and spiritual preparation.

Sustaining the FIGHT for the Long Haul: A 10-year perspective

Betty Ann Boeving, Director | Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition
Let's not forget WHY we do what we do. Fighting injustices like human trafficking is not an accessory but a core part of our faith journey that we are called to in pursuing Christ. But, opening ourselves to the realities of such dark injustices surrounding us can bring up a real sense of exhaustion and/or vulnerability that can leave us feeling overwhelmed, small or ineffective. Personally sustaining in fighting for the freedom of others is deeply linked with own ability to experience and know the freedom we have in Christ. What is a life rhythm that is healthy for me and those who support me? What are the major trends in the Church fighting trafficking? How can we align our passion and talents within what God is already doing?

American Slaves on Film: A Study of Human Trafficking and Pornography

Jill Ranes, Director | Out of Egypt
Pornography is an issue that society at large still deals with in secret. However, in this seminar we will bring it out of the darkness and into the light of truth, trusting that when you see the truth you’ll see things differently. We will talk about specific ways to pray and have the opportunity to hear a part of Jill’s testimony of being enslaved, trafficked and filmed all the while believing God for a miracle of escape. Additionally we’ll explore the social costs and the spiritual implications as well as the physiological and psychological changes that occur in viewers.

Preventing Human Trafficking with HOPE

Rosario Dowling, Program Director | CAS Research & Education
There are about 60,000 children in California’s foster care system with 70 children entering every day. Research has shown that 60% of the sexually exploited children and teens currently on the streets are from the foster care system. What can your church do to FIGHT this trend? This seminar will focus on how your church can prevent human trafficking by using the HOPE model, which engages healthy families within your church offering group support and training.

Advocating for Change

Kate Case, Regional Advocacy Coordinator | International Justice Mission
This workshop will equip you with long-term strategies and immediate next steps to help end slavery. IJM believes that advocating through a relationship model is the most effective way to create change. You will be equipped with tools to engage your community effectively, learn how to turn your elected officials into anti-slavery champions, and begin brainstorming your unique plan to keep your community involved. This workshop will debunk the common myth that talking to your Member of Congress is difficult and challenging, and uncover simple ways that you can get involved in advocacy that takes 5 seconds, 5 minutes, or 5 months –- depending on how deeply you would like to engage. No prior knowledge of government or advocacy is needed.

The Power of Storytelling

Guy Noland, Executive Producer/Director | SAVN.tv
If you can't hold them in their seats, you can't hope to deliver your message! With nearly 25 years experience in the Film Industry, Guy Noland has worked as writer, producer, and director on multiple films and documentaries spanning a diverse array of media platforms. In his session, Noland introduces the important techniques of storytelling and film production needed to capture and hold an audience's attention. This session is sure to benefit both novice and advanced filmmakers alike.

A Consumer Fight

Andrea Shabaglian, Founder | MadeForThem
“Reject anything that breeds the oppression of others… This is one of the most difficult and sensitive issues for us to face, but face it we must.” —Richard Foster, Celebration of Discipline. In this conversation we will discuss the opportunities we have to be conscious consumers, and receive resources to help equip us to become more responsible in our purchases. We need to take a stand for human rights and understand the impact our purchases can have on either side of the spectrum. Let's FIGHT for the ethical efforts in the supply chains of the products we use daily. We CAN make a difference. Let it start with us.

Seminar Grid

Seminar Grid

 

Session #1
11:15 Saturday
Session #2
1:30 Saturday
Session #3
2:45 Saturday
Session #4
8:45 Sunday
Laurel

Breaking the Supply Chain —Shabaglian

The Theology of Justice —Wytsma

The Power of Storytelling —Noland

The Pursuit of Justice —Wytsma

Newton Memorial

Ingniting a Justice Movement —White

American Slaves on Film —Ranes

Training Volunteers —Kirchgestner

Sustaining in the Long Haul —Boeving

Lakeside

A Snapshot of Human Trafficking in the Bay Area —Wo

Preventing Human Trafficking with HOPE —Dowling

Lasting Freedom: Best Practices to Equip Survivors —Fisher

After the Exit... —Scott

Youth Memorial

Helping Students Seeking Justice, 10 Minutes at a Time —Cress

Love Don't Hurt —Hopkins

How to Identify and Work with Child Sex Trafficking Victims —Stambaugh

Advocating for Change —Case

Dining Hall

Resource Center

Resource Center

Resource Center

 

Schedule

Friday, May 2
Saturday, May 3
Sunday, May 4
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    4:30 PM

    Arrival & Check-In

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    6:00 PM

    Meet & Greet Reception

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    7:00 PM

    Dinner

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    8:00 PM

    General Session I

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    9:15 PM

    Coffee Shop Concert

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    7:15 AM

    Morning Devotions & Early Coffee

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    8:00 AM

    Breakfast

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    8:45 AM

    General Session 2

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    10:15 AM

    Coffee & Tea Break

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    11:15 AM

    Seminar 1

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    12:30 PM

    Lunch

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    1:30 PM

    Seminar 2

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    2:30 PM

    Resource Center Open

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    2:45 PM

    Seminar 3

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    3:45 PM

    Networking, Recreation, and Relaxation

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    6:00 PM

    Dinner

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    7:00 PM

    General Session 3

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    8:30 PM

    Film Screening

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    7:15 AM

    Morning Devotions & Early Coffee

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    8:00 AM

    Breakfast

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    8:45 AM

    Seminar 4

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    10:00 AM

    Coffee & Tea Break

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    10:30 AM

    General Session 4

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    12:30 PM

    Lunch & Depart

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Partners

South Bay Coalition

San José Police Department

The Salvation Army

Out of Egypt

Bay Area Coalition for Anti-Trafficking

The Justice Conference

iSanctuary

Audio Downloads

With so many great seminars, it might have been hard to get to all of them. Never fear, the download is HERE! Want to go back and listen again? We have two options for you, you can download or listen to the individual messages, or you can download a single zip file with all of the MP3 files.

Listen again, take notes, be encouraged, and continue in the FIGHT all year long!

The complete collection of talks is available as a zip file (760 MB).