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About Rebecca Bender
Relentless in her mission to help others find their purpose, Rebecca Bender is CEO of the Rebecca Bender Initiative and founder of Elevate Academy, the largest online school for survivors of human trafficking in the world.
Internationally recognized as a subject matter expert in human trafficking, Rebecca has trained well over 100,000 professionals including FBI, Homeland Security, Undercover officers, Medical professionals and more. She has testified at multiple trials and was appointed by the United States Dept. of HHS to the U.S. National Advisory Council.
An award-winning thought leader, social activist, author and consultant, she educates on many human trafficking related topics and advises some of our nation’s leading nonprofits. Rebecca brings life lessons, humor, end expertise in working where faith and culture collide.
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Through her own gripping story of escape from human trafficking, Rebecca Bender reveals the inner workings of the underground world of modern-day slavery and helps us learn how we can be a catalyst for change where we live.
Born and raised in a small Oregon town, all-American girl Rebecca Bender was a varsity athlete and honor roll student with a promising future. Then a predator pretending to be her boyfriend lured her into a web of lies that sent her down a path she never imagined possible.
For nearly six years, Rebecca was sold across the underground world of sex trafficking in Las Vegas. She was branded, beaten, told when to sleep and what to wear, and traded between traffickers. Forced into a dark sisterhood, Rebecca formed bonds with her trafficker and three other women, creating a false sense of family. During that time, God began revealing himself to her. And in the midst of her exploitation, she found the hope she needed to survive.
After a federal raid, Rebecca escaped. Her life was forever changed as she felt the embrace of her heavenly Father guiding her to healing and wholeness. Rebecca soon began to use her own experiences to change the lives of others as she went back into the darkest places she had known--assisting FBI, VICE, and law enforcement across the country in some of their most difficult cases.
Through Rebecca's incredible story of redemption, we remember that our past does not have to determine our destiny.
Lessons from the book of Exodus: learn how to stop walking in circles and rely on God's grace to show you the way to his good promise.
Do you wonder if you'll ever get back on track after suffering a major setback or traumatic experience? Do you wonder—even secretly—if God actually does keep his promises? Or if his love is far-reaching enough, his plan detailed enough to include even your daily struggles, habits, and hang-ups?
In this Bible study, Rebecca Bender takes study groups and individuals straight into the book of Exodus where the Israelites are wandering after their own tracks immediately after escaping from bondage and oppression at the hands of Pharaoh. God is trying to get them to the land of his promise, but they, like many of us, are frustrated by doubts, fears, and self-destructive habits...
This study guide will equip you to:
- See Exodus in a new and relatable way that will help you better understand God and yourself.
- Understand the historical and cultural nuances of Egypt to give you fresh insight into this powerful story.
- Learn applicable tips from the children of Israel by understanding what they did right and what they did wrong in order to reach their goals.
- Move beyond your own past and into your promises.
- Get back on track after experiencing a major setback in life or enduring a traumatic event.
God has called you out of bondage—to sin, to doubt, to defeat—and into his Promised Land that flows with his grace and truth.
This study guide includes biblical and historical background insights, practical application, group discussion questions, and a memory verse for each chapter.
Inscribed is a collection of studies that lead women to not just survive but thrive by encouraging them to immerse themselves in the Word of God.