SATURDAY SESSION – 3:00PM

Presented by

Panel Discussion

ROOM A
The Unexpected Abolitionist

Testimony from a Mom’s group turned abolitionist power house.


Presented by

Marlon Sanchez

ROOM B
Spanish Initiatives:Latin Sex Trade

Marlon Sanchez shares firsthand accounts of Houston’s cantina sex trade. (Spanish/English). The Well of Life from Mexico will have two survivor sharing their testimony and the new project called Nunayu, which means freedom. Is a story of a survivor from the state of Oxaca, who speaks Mixteco. (Indigenous Language).


Presented by

Micah Bailey

ROOM C
Blood and Fire

Micah Bailey brings to life the stories of turn-of-the-century abolitionists from the Salvation Army.


Presented by

Cat French

ROOM D
Kendleton Farms

Cat French shares her heart for social enterprise and Christian community on their newly acquired recovery campus.


SATURDAY SESSION – 4:00PM

Presented by

Becky Castle

ROOM A
The Exchange

The Exchange is a process of equipping and training people to live the life they were meant to live in God by yielding to the work of Christ’s death and resurrection. We all have exchanged the truth of Who God is and who we are meant to be by believing lies that hinder us from God’s plan of fullness. We can learn the truth of God for us, learning to exchange core beliefs for the truth: what God says about Himself and us.


Presented by

Cameron Gamble

ROOM B
Risky Ops

Cameron Gamble, Founder of Project TAKEN, which specializes in teaching people how to avoid, survive and escape kidnapping and hostage situations. He also works with hostage extraction groups both in the US and overseas, cooperating with law enforcement where possible but also operating in some overseas regions where that isn’t possible. Risky Ops session will focus on why we believe that light belongs in the darkness. Cameron Gamble encourages the work of abolition with testimonies of calculated risk in more dangerous operations.


Presented by

Sam Hernandez

ROOM C
Outreach Briefing

Sam Hernandez gives a short version of mission briefing we use before Elijah Rising interventions. This session is a prerequisite for participation in Saturday night’s intervention.


Presented by

Laila Mickelwait

ROOM D
“What It Means to Be an Abolitionist Within the Context of the Global Prostitution Debate”