From Horror to Hope: Inspiring Stories of Project Rescue and a Global Movement to Bring Freedom to Survivors of Sexual Exploitation
Behind every testimony is an army of God’s warriors.
Project Rescue network ministry leaders have learned together, prayed together, shared resources, fought hell on behalf of God’s violated sons and daughters, and celebrated the hard-won victories of rescue and restoration together. These leaders asked themselves early on, “If organized crime can work together around the world for evil purposes of greed, injustice, and exploitation, why can’t good people - God’s people - work together across denominations, organizations, and borders for God’s great purposes of justice, freedom, and healing?”
In From Horror to Hope, Grant shares Project Rescue’s inspiring story of a growing collaborative movement to bring hope, restoration, and freedom to generations of trafficked women and their children around the world. But even more, it’s the grand story of God’s great love for victims of sexual exploitation and His amazing power to redeem and restore their lives.
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About the Author
David Grant is an Assemblies of God (AG) minister who began preaching as an evangelist at the age of seventeen. Since then he has ministered in over forty nations, serving with missionaries Mark and Huldah Buntain in India, spending almost two decades as an area director for AG World Missions in Southern Asia. After being exposed to the dark injustice of sexual slavery in the red-light districts of Southern Asia, Grant and his wife, Beth, launched Project Rescue with their colleague K.K. Devaraj. Since it launched in 1997, Project Rescue has grown to reach almost thirty cities in ten nations in Southern Asia and Europe and will soon extend its work into Africa. David has been married since 1976 to Beth, an ordained minister with the AG who serves as an executive presbyter representing the more than nine thousand credentialed women ministers in the movement. The couple has two daughters and sons-in-law, and four grandchildren.
Product DetailsPublisher: Charisma House (September 6, 2022)
Paperback: 192 pages
Item Weight: 1.11 pounds
Dimensions: 5.5" x 8.25" x 0.52"