Episode #17: A Modern Day Amy Carmichael

In this episode, I interview my friend, Betsy Hake, founder and director of Jericho Ministries in Honduras. Betsy tells the story of how she began making evening visits to a high prostitution area in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. As the women began to trust Christ with their lives, they needed help finding work with dignity. Out of that need was born the sewing workshop of Jericho. The women were discipled in the ministry and learned job skills while witnessing to their friends who were still trapped in prostitution. The families of the women at Jericho were the reason for starting our schools and family homes. Jericho Ministries' vision is to equip women and children to glorify God by breaking the chains of prostitution, sexual abuse, and addictions that have plagued their families for generations. (from their website) I hope your faith will be edified as you listen to part one of my two part interview with Betsy. She in an extraordinary woman doing amazing work for the kingdom of God! Click HERE to learn more about Jericho Ministries. Click HERE to register for the Homeschool: Simple and Safe webinar!

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