I am Travis Mobley and I work as a Service Adviser for Caliber Collision. I found out about Lighthouse for Life from my wife who is friends with Jen Thompson.
In the beginning I just thought ‘Unfortunately that’s the world we live in.” As I learned more I felt moved to get involved. I started by reading and
sharing posts on social media but I knew I could do more. With a lot of hesitation I asked Jen to come speak to a small group of guys that I work with.
Jen jumped at the chance to come share and bring awareness to my coworkers. As she spoke I noticed that there was something in me stirring that made
me want to do more and the impact on the guys at my work was obvious. Since that time Caliber Collision has become a sponsor of the upcoming 5K Glow
It means so much to me that not only are my coworkers ‘mostly men’ but lots people are becoming aware. I do planning on not only being involved but also
hope to continue to share and bring awareness to this horrible crime. I feel that the more awareness we can bring then the more people will stand up
for those who can’t stand for themselves. I not only challenge myself but I challenge all men in my community to do what we are put here to do. I stand
with Lighthouse For Life.
SAVE THE DATE!
JANUARY 23 – Awareness event – FREE
Featuring special guest speaker Heather Cook. Mrs Cook is from Lexington County and will be courageously sharing her story of survival of several years
being exploited. She is now an Independent Public Speaker and she has written her story in her book entitled Beyond The Bars – One Woman’s Journey
to True Freedom.
Mrs. Cook will be followed by Lighthouse for Life’s Director of Public Policy, Mr. Bob Healy. He will walk us through the economic impact of the sale of
humans as well as the current laws in SC and the country as they apply to sex buyers.
Our CEO, Jen Thompson will share some ministry highlights from 2018.
And Representative Chris Wooten will stop by to share the latest on upcoming legislation connected to the issue of human trafficking.
The program should conclude no later than 7:45 p.m.
And if you are looking for ways to volunteer with L4L, there will be separate info tables for all 6 of our Volunteer Leaders. You can stop by and see which
area you may prefer to help with. We are building our various volunteer teams now to help us be ready to meet and fulfill all the opportunities we
know will come in 2019.
Please join us for this excellent event. I guarantee you’ve not heard anything quite like it.
2018 in Review
We saw the Lord do so many wonderful things in and through the ministry of Lighthouse for Life in 2018. Here are just a few of the highlights and celebrations.
# of Victims/Survivors Served in 2018
Adults – 17 Minors – 6
The services provided include but are not limited to
# of Referrals made to outside agencies – 28
# of Awareness Presentations – 200
# of Attendees at Presentations – 14,728
# of Trainings – 32
# of Attendees at Trainings – 1,120
Thank YOU for making all these services possible! Each number listed represents an individual life made stronger and safer thanks to YOU. 2018 was
an excellent year but the best is yet to come. Thanks for being such a vital part of the movement.
January 11, 2019 was National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and Attorney General Alan Wilson released the South Carolina Annual Report. Click on
the link below to watch local news coverage reporting which county is the new #1 for most reported cases of trafficking in 2018. Lighthouse for Life
CEO Jen Thompson was also featured in this story.
State Farm Agent Nick Shelly is doing an awesome promotion the entire month of January! QUOTES FOR GOOD makes it simple to give back to our community!
For every quote he and his team complete this month, they will donate up to $10 to Lighthouse For Life. Please mention Lighthouse For Life when requesting
the quote. Call Nick, Tag your friends, and share this post! Lighthouse For Life State Farm: Nick Shelly 803-794-5055 Nick@NickShelly.net
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