A Transformed Life

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March 1, 2016

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8 Comments

  1. Kelly

    Blessings, Karen – so inspiring!

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  2. Janice Downs, SCN

    Karen, I was brought to tears while reading this. I was reminded of the many women (and men) forced into prostitution, addiction and eventually, homelessness with whom I have worked. Your involvement of those attending the SCNA weekend furthers the circles of goodness now surrounding this woman (and YOU!). Thank you for “being there” for these women. Janice Downs, SCN

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  3. Maria Brocato

    My dear Karen, we are so proud and grateful for your ministry to these young women who are in need of a loving, accepting presence. Bless you!

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  4. Barbara Spencer

    Karen, your are indeed helping these girls. It is so sad but you give them hope. My prayers are with you and your ministry. God Bless. Barbara Spencer

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  5. Connie Tarallo

    Karen, thank you so much for sharing and reaching out to young women who have been abused and violated. Connie Tarallo

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  6. Mary Ellen Doyle, SCN

    Individual stories give this whole issue and its horror the power to grip and convince us that we must do what we can to give a new start in life to girls like Lindsey. Surely we can all pray very specifically about the issue and for the girls–and the pimps, too. If we are called to more specific action, we’ll hear it, can’t miss it after hearing a story like this one. thanks for sharing, Karen.

    Mary Ellen, SCN

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  7. Teresa Kotturan

    Proud of your new ministry, Karen. May you touch many more lives!

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  8. Michelle

    Powerful! Thanks for sharing!

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