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  • Because of Hope

    Many of you are asking how this crisis is affecting the children we serve internationally. We want you to know that we are actively taking precautions and implementing extensive protocols to protect…

  • I Fight Slavery: Fon’s Story

    When she was eight years old, Fon’s parents separated. She and her four-year-old brother went to live with her mother and stepfather in a one-room house. Although her stepfather worked seven days a…

  • I Fight Slavery: Lin’s Story

    Survivors are forced to provide for themselves at an incredibly young age. At our Thailand Aftercare Campus, a girl named Lin lost her mother as a child. Her childhood memories included her father…

  • “My name is Amanda, and this is My Rapha Story.”

    She was quiet but kept a smile on her face. She held tightly onto my hand during one of the group prayers. I remember thinking about the trauma she may have experienced, and in that moment I…

  • Awareness to Action

    At some point, awareness must move to action, knowledge to engagement, and education to change. Rapha International says that point is now. What do you say?

  • “My name is Brittnay, and this is My Rapha Story.”

    In November of 2018, I attended the International Conference on Missions. Almost every speaker over the course of three days touched on the idea that “your calling is where the world’s pain and…

  • “My name is Molly, and this is My Rapha Story.”

    As a 16-year-old in high school, doubtful that the Lord could use me, I never would have dreamed all that would come from that little whisper in my heart telling me to go to Cambodia.

  • Human Trafficking Awareness Day

    Fon felt hopeless about her future and at 14 years old she ran away, leaving her family penniless. Her only focus was surviving the month, and within hours this young teen’s childhood ended.

  • “I Was a Rapha Girl”

    Sitting in my bedroom in early November while scrolling through my Facebook feed, I landed on a post that took my breath away. Sophorn, a former Rapha girl, who is walking in freedom and is now in…

  • Five Bucks and the Widow’s Mite

    Before we parted, I asked this young woman if it would be alright if I gave her a hug. She hesitated momentarily before nodding her approval. Later, she wrote to me, “Your hug was scary, but I knew…

  • Marching in Thailand

    These girls, once victims, had become survivors. Moreover, they had become thrivers, who were now using their voices on behalf of others.

  • Lainie and Lalaine’s “My Rapha Story”

    Their example shows how anyone who is willing can use their God-given abilities and the platform available to them to fight for something bigger than themselves. They are freedom fighters. We are so…

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