President and Founder of Sister's of Grace, Emily Leatherbarrow, received her bachelors in Church Leadership from Southeastern University in 2004. In 2006, Emily was ordained with the Assemblies of God. Reverend Leatherbarrow now holds her ordination with the International Ministerial Fellowship. Emily and her husband, James were married in 2002 and have three children, Juliet, Camille and Everett.
An accomplished author and speaker, Reverend Leatherbarrow has dedicated her life to fighting human trafficking, poverty and abuse. Over the last 20 years Emily has traveled and preached around the world, sharing about the horrors of human trafficking and raising awareness for the cause. With more than 15 years of experience rescuing girls at risk of sexual slavery, working as the international director for children’s homes in both Thailand and West Africa, she now faces human trafficking both internationally and stateside. Above all Emily believes God has called us to protect the vulnerable and heal the broken hearted. This can only be done through His Grace and endless love.
Sister of Grace Asia is providing a safe haven for girls living in the dangerous and poverty stricken villages of Northern Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos. The beautiful tribal people spanning the mountains of the golden triangle are easy prey for human traffickers. Drug trafficking has always been a huge problem for the mountain people. The drug lords use their villages as passageways for illegal activities from one country to the next. Now those same criminals who devastated so many of the Hill Tribes with addiction and fear, turn their eyes to human trafficking.
For more information on Sisters of Grace visit http://www.wearesistersofgrace.org
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