Live Interview on Fox News

We are so grateful for the opportunity to share the heart of our mission and the difference we are making in the Tampa Bay area live on Fox News. We can’t wait to partner with Fox News in this ongoing fight against Human Trafficking.

Equipping Our First Responders

We are thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with Florida Dream Center in equipping our First Responders to respond to human trafficking victims. It is our hope to raise enough funds to supply each first responder with 2 books for their vehicle. You can help us do it by donating now and making a note that it is for our First Responders. It’s our goal to raise enough money for 500 books to be distributed on this day. Please help us raise the funds to give more books out. We can’t do this without you.

Partnering with a Psychology Class

The Priceless Journey has been given a tremdendous opportunity to share the heart behind our book You are Priceless with a Pscychology class at Biola University. They currently use the book to better understand the mind of those who have been or are being trafficked. We are beyond thrilled to work with Laura Dryjanska, Assistant Professor of Psychology to equip and mobilize students to become part of the solution to end human trafficking. Thank you Laura for the incredible opportunity to partner with you in the fight!

Here is more information on the class…

Human trafficking class is an elective class for graduate students at Rosemead School of Psychology at Biola University. The mission of Rosemead School of Psychology is to produce graduates who can integrate the science and practice of psychology with Christian theology, and who are prepared to meet the psychological needs of the world in general and the Christian community specifically through professional service and scholarship. 

The human trafficking class features diverse aspects of human trafficking, with an emphasis on the latest research on psychological factors, trauma, and treatment of victims. It introduces the phenomenon of modern slavery from a national and international perspective, discussing sex trafficking, prostitution, forced labor, child slavery, as well as the role of the media and ways of providing effective services to victims. The course pays attention to the physical, psychological, psychosocial, cultural, and spiritual needs of survivors. It also features key dynamics of human trafficking, taking into account victims, traffickers, recruiters, facilitators, and consumers.

Biola University Speaking Engagement

The Priceless Journey will be sharing the heart of our mission and the fight of a survivor in a Biola University chapel service. Stay tuned for more details.