BY AMANDA TILLMAN / ONE MORE CHILD INTERN FOR ANTI-TRAFFICKING MINISTRY
Recently, a team of creatives, including myself, met with hopes of realizing a deep-seated dream. It all started with the question: What could 10 broke college students do to make a difference for the Anti-trafficking ministry through One More Child?
Well, we figured we could pair some of the resources available to us at Southeastern University (SEU) with our event planning experience and pursue peace.
During the fall semester I’ve been an intern with the anti-trafficking ministry through One More Child. As a part of the internship, I conducted a number of interviews with One More Child staff to understand trauma that most of us cannot imagine.
As the woman described her dream for this “quiet space,” a deep realization and buy the needed materials.
One November evening, the team spent hours in our comfy college home, lit with warm lighting, the smell of chai tea and “An ornate tapestry would be beautiful, look at this one!”
And so, the vision of 1o broke college students took shape. The day after our meeting we ordered the materials and hope with me as I stepped foot into the home, thankful for how God was using us in an unexpected way.
Each item was prayerfully placed.