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Blackbox International Archive

Thursday

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July 2016

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Everyday Heroes

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I had the opportunity to share the story of Blackbox on a show called “Everyday Heroes.” I’m so glad I could share about some of my heroes: boys rescued out of trafficking and our staff who gives their lives for them. Jodi and Jes were super nice, and it was a great experience. You can […]

Wednesday

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June 2016

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What my shirt means

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I started running two years ago in order to tackle an adventure with some good friends. A shoulder injury motivated me to keep running, because I couldn’t play sports for a while (and I become a bad person when I don’t exercise). If you’ve seen a picture of me running, or you’ve passed me on […]

Wednesday

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February 2016

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Thank you from Blackbox International

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(The following is short piece about a remarkable experience, which I wrote for Blackbox International.) On Saturday morning, he was enslaved – a victim of the horrors of sex trafficking. No other options existed. Without being rescued, the horrible abuses would have continued.  What a difference a day makes. On that same Saturday morning, I […]

Monday

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May 2015

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The Psychological Impact of Hearing Bad News

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Heavy is the burden of caring for trafficked boys. In my work with Blackbox International, my heart has been consumed for the healing of trafficked boys (and I pray it always will be), but recently I’ve also pondered what effects the atrocities of the world have on the rest of us – those of us […]

Thursday

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July 2014

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My 3 takeaways from the NACC

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I grew up attending the North American Christian Convention. I remember riding in the College Press-rented U-Haul with my dad, playing tag on the escalators with Matthew and David DeWelt and sneaking into Louisville’s Freedom Hall locker rooms with Kyle Idleman. I guess I wasn’t the model NACC kid. Twenty years passed and I gladly […]