CL Meeting on Human Trafficking Friday

This came from Donna Gauthier, Willow Creek Volunteer of the Anti-Trafficking Ministry:

March 20th 7:00 – 8:30 pm Anti-Trafficking Forum with Survivor Barbara Amaya in Room 117 (CL)

Join us to hear from Barbara Amaya – A survivor of sex trafficking, domestic violence, drug abuse and more as she shares how she overcame adversity in her life.



Barbara, who is more than a survivor, is an internationally recognized advocate, speaker, trainer, consultant, author and survivor leader in the movement to end modern-day slavery.

Barbara will share her compelling story of overcoming trauma and horrific abuse and help us understand how to protect our own children from being at risk.

How to find Willow Creek Church in Crystal Lake.

How to find Willow Creek Church in Crystal Lake.

Her books, which include an educational graphic novel for teens, will be available for purchase. Cost for the event is $10.  Please register at


CL Meeting on Human Trafficking Friday — 6 Comments

  1. Human trafficking occurs in the Chicago suburbs.

    Important to learn about how it works, what to look for, the ways one form of abuse can lead to another, etc.

    The 20th is this coming Friday.

  2. The majority of human trafficking occurs at the Borders where Border Patrol has been ordered by the Administration to ignore it.

    Pass all the state laws you want; as long as we have a President who ignores immigration law enforcement, human trafficking will increase.

  3. I’d bed my teeth its happening right now in McHenry County too.

  4. There is plenty of human trafficking that has nothing to do with illegal immigration.

    All races, all income levels.

    It happens everywhere because people are mobile for example as they drive from point A to point B, they stop to eat at a fast food restaurant.

    Most Doctors Couldn’t Spot A Human-Trafficking Victim If They Saw One. Could You?
    Jenna Birch
    March 18, 2015

    The forum is tomorrow Friday March 20th, 7-8:30 PM, Willow Creek Community Church, 220 Exchange Drive, Room 117, Crystal Lake, register online in advance (create user ID and password), $10 for event. > Events > Anti Human Trafficking Forum – March

    At this month’s Forum you’ll hear from Barbara Amaya’s story of how God rescued her from a life of sex trafficking and child and domestic abuse, as well as learn how you can protect your children from being at risk.

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