Founder's Blog

Oct 21
2015

“Breaking Chains” in Mongolia

Trafficking of young women and girls is a worldwide crime of astonishing proportions. They are trafficked in many different ways. They are deceived, kidnapped and even sold by relatives, but poverty is the underlying factor. Girls who have no other way to survive are often lured into sexual slavery with no other options and no… Read More

Sep 13
2015

A Legion of Angels

Starting next week I am going to be blogging on a weekly basis telling the story of Eternal Threads and the women we serve. Their stories are amazing!! I hope you will follow the blog and share with others. Today, however, I am compelled to talk about the crisis in the Middle East that is… Read More

May 6
2015

Birthday wishes for Eternal Threads

I usually don’t celebrate birthdays, but maybe the milestones are different. I’m not sure why they should be, but certain milestones give us a way to celebrate life! Even more rare than celebrating a birthday is having someone ask me what I want for my birthday, so when the Eternal Threads Board asked me what… Read More

Mar 31
2014

How Hope Begins!

I’ve been in Delhi, India for a week partnering with Sahayak and Onemaker, a long-time Eternal Threads friend and partner.  Our purpose was to help develop a jewelry project for Sahayak, so that they might be able to employ women in a slum area of Delhi that desperately need an income to survive.  A week… Read More

Mar 25
2014

“Making Someone’s Life!!”

In the world most of us live in on a daily basis, I doubt that we often think about the fact that we could do something quite insignificant to us that would actually “MAKE someone’s life”…changing their world forever and giving them hope for the future that we can’t even understand.  Esmat is living proof… Read More