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Fields Of Grace Ranch

Freedom from oppression.

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Making a difference one person at a time

Precious people created for destiny

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Our Mission

Fields of Grace Ranch exists to provide a safe and loving family-atmosphere, where girls who have been rescued from sex trafficking will find healing and restoration. These girls have virtually had everything stripped from them, and they have no income or possessions of their own.

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Our Goal

To provide the healing and training that is necessary so the girls become healthy, whole, productive members of society, who will in turn, help others.

Our Motivation

1 John 3:18 (MSG) tells us, as followers of Christ, that we are to not just talk about love, but to practice real love.

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The Why

Sex trafficking is modern-day slavery that not only exists in third-world countries, it is a thriving and lucrative business, alive and well within the United States.


Disturbing facts

Sex trafficking is modern-day slavery that not only exists in third-world countries, it is a thriving and lucrative business, alive and well within the United States.

There are more people in human slavery (labor and sex slaves) in the world now than at any time in human history. The best estimate was 27 million in 2012, which is more than the total of slaves taken during the transatlantic slave trade in the 16th – 18th centuries.

Human trafficking has become the second fastest-growing criminal industry, just behind drug trafficking, and it is tied with illegal arms. Human Trafficking generates $150 billion in annual profits, with sex trafficking generating $99 billion of that amount.

U.S. Federal law defines human trafficking as “sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such an act has not attained 18 years of age; or the recruitment, harboring, transportation provision, or obtaining of a person for labor or services, through the use of force, fraud, or coercion for the purpose of subjection to involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage, or slavery.”

It is reported that in 2014, the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline received reports of 3,598 sex trafficking cases within the United States, and it is estimated that 1 in 6 endangered runaways reported were likely sex trafficking victims.

In the United States alone, nearly 300,000 children are trafficked for sex every year, and it is estimated that 14,500 to 17,500 people are trafficked into the U.S. each year.

There are currently very few long-term restorative facilities within the United States, approximately 200 beds nationwide, and without a safe place for these victims to go to be rehabilitated and restored, those who have been rescued most often end up back with their traffickers. There is a tremendous and desperate need for homes for victims to go where they are safe and their healing can begin.

The average age for girls to be trafficked is estimated to be between 12-14 years of age. Sex trafficking victims have diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds, varied levels of education, and may be documented or undocumented. One thing they all seem to have in common is vulnerability, those who are runaways and homeless youth, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, war or conflict, or social discrimination are at higher risk, and are frequently targeted by traffickers.


Meeting The Need

Located in Northwestern Montana, Fields of Grace will provide a safe and loving family-atmosphere, modeling the unconditional love of God; demonstrating forgiveness, affirming that each girl has value and was created for a purpose; helping them to each identify and foster their gifts, talents and uniqueness; celebrating each of them as individuals and as part of the family; encouraging them to dream and believe their goals can be achieved; providing them their own space and the freedom to make it theirs; affirming their voice and that their opinions and feelings are valid.

Girls, especially those in those higher-risk categories, often haven’t been taught basic life skills, such as hygiene (brush your teeth, shower, change your undergarments every day, etc.); basic nutrition (their food has been withheld based on their performance, or they’ve been given fast food, or processed and prepackaged food, etc.); basic home skills (how to take care of an animal, do chores, plan/prepare a meal, work together with others, study or learn something new, etc.). Through our family-home environment we will provide guidance and training in all of these areas.

We will provide opportunity and tutoring for each girl to obtain her high school diploma equivalent.

Equine therapy will be available on a regular basis for all girls, as well as access to licensed mental health counselors, pastors, spiritual advisors, and 12-step recovery program.

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