Why do victims struggle to seek help?

July 2021 newsletter. We hope you will join us at our upcoming event! Also, for us to “Embrace Hope Change a Life” many obstacles have to be overcome. Why do victims struggle to seek help?

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A Labor of Love and Our Big Upcoming Event

June 2021 Newsletter. Announcing our upcoming banquet with Susan Pompeo, celebrating the generous volunteers from the First Church of God in Jefferson City, MO, and sharing the ways way God has provided for the needs of Hope Ranch.

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EVENT: Embrace Hope, Change a Life

August 17, 2021 — Join us for an evening with keynote speaker Susan Pompeo. Susan will be addressing the issue of human trafficking from a global perspective from the eyes of the wife of the former Secretary of State.

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Answer When I Call

May 2021 Newsletter. One of our residents came to Hope Ranch consumed with thoughts of self-harm and suffering several panic attacks each day. After just four months in our program, she has discovered a relationship with Jesus that is leading her to heal and experience freedom. Read her poem…

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Celebrating a New Graduate and Looking Closer at our Equine Program

April 2021 Newsletter. A few weeks ago we celebrated as one of our residents graduated from our program! After a meal, sharing, and giving some celebratory graduation gifts, we gathered to pray over her and bless her as she moves forward. We are so grateful for the healing power of Christ displayed in her life.

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Spring Is Finally Here and We Are Grateful for Volunteers

March 2021 Newsletter. Spring is finally here! Probably most of us are enjoying the warmer weather, longer days, and perhaps even some evening walks. Spring also brings about a time for cleaning up and taking care of that “honey do” list. We have a long list that has developed over the last few months at Hope Ranch for Women.

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2020: A Year In Review

The year 2020 will not soon be forgotten. For some, there were joyful moments. For me, one of those was the birth of our first grandson, Rhett. For most of us, though, 2020 was filled with difficult seasons that may still be ongoing now as a result of COVID-19. We...

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Letter from John Oelze

Already in my first several weeks serving in this role, I have been impressed and astonished by the stories of hope and growing momentum that are coming from our ministry. I will admit, I knew human trafficking was an awful horror, but I had no idea of the depth of this until I had heard personal stories from those who are involved in this ministry. Hearing stories of the atrocities…

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Remembering Our Living Hope

Our prayer at Hope Ranch for each of you during this Holy Week is that you will remember how deep, how high, how far and how wide our Father’s love is for you and that you would feel His peace that transcends all understanding!

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