What if Today was Your Last Day?

This morning when you wake up, it’s going to be your last day. That’s your exercise, at least, for today. So, what are you going to do differently? It’s kind of like those signs you see in the windows of stores warning you that you only have that day to catch the great sale inside….

Pedophilia & Child Exploitation – Why I talk about it

I was the victim of a pedophile when I was 13 years old. My story was set to be “Girl abducted, raped and murdered,” except that the stranger’s car broke down along US Hwy 1 and he had to get a tow. Forget about my story though….I obviously lived and am now a strong survivor….but…

A Young Exploited Girl’s Vantage Point

Daily, I receive a news link focused on the horrors of exploitation of women and children, and even men. Some articles are too rough to read. For those  working on behalf of organizations, charities, missionaries or others engaged in trying to curve the  world epidemic of sexual exploitation, human trafficking and slavery, and rape and…

How a 7 Year Old Boy Restored My Vanishing Christian Faith

I just retired from the United States Navy, and plan to run Jo’el full time now. Over the years, in my military service, I’ve witnessed some of the world’s poorest people, families affected by natural disasters, war-torn environments, deaths of innocent civilians, and friends and colleagues dying in service to their countries. While I was…

Looking for Guest Bloggers

Joel wants to hear from you if you’d like to guest blog about your charity, NGO, missionaries, or programs that assist anyone affected by human trafficking, war and conflict, refugee status, natural disasters, and other economically devastating situations. We want to help your organisation for 2018! Contact Brenda@joelworldwear.com

The Wisdom of My Aunt for the New Year 2018 

Aunts can be providers of great wisdom, and we’ll typically listen to them even better than Mom and Dad at times. Aunts are usually cool and you only see them during the holidays, when they’re bearing gifts and helping their sister cook. My Aunt Mary…well, let’s just say that she’s an outspoken Irish woman, who…