I earned my degree in International Studies and, after graduation, went on to work with an organization in San Diego that combats sex trafficking locally. This organization also has a long-term safe house in San Diego, and provides a holistic approach to healing for survivors of sex trafficking.
It was my dream job, and yet somehow I felt like I wasn’t making a difference. I felt discouraged at times; I wanted to do more. It was easy to feel uninspired about emails and forget the bigger picture. I felt like because I wasn't travelling and having these mountain-top experiences anymore that my work wasn't significant. It was the first time in a while that I was stationary and I had never had a "desk job" before. I started believing the lie that I could only glorify God by going on these grand adventures to far away places and communing with those who are hurting.Read More