Before turning fifteen my boyfriend took me to Mexico City. When I was going to return to see my mom, I took a taxi and the taxi driver was a pimp who did not let me buy my bus ticket. He took me with him and for 15 days he sent me to work in the streets, beat me and demanded more money. I worked for him for a while, then I left him and went back to my mom. Not long after I returned, my mom got sick and died. After this I got together with another man who also betrayed me, lied to me and forced me to go back to work in prostitution. Now I am happy for the change of work that God granted me. Thanks to God and El Pozo de Vida, my life has changed. I have learned to work and the most beautiful thing for me is that I no longer have to wear makeup, miniskirts and heels to work. I have learned many beautiful things and my role in life is different.
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On. Cloud. 9!! 🙌🏽🙏🏼☁️ • Feeling SO incredibly grateful to be invited to share the passion God has placed on my heart for victims of trafficking and oppression giving today’s sermon @davis_community_church