For most of her life, Christa Hernandez had no safe place . Brutally abused, sexually molested, ritually abused, mind controlled and constantly hopping from house to house as her life turned inside out over and over again, Christa grew up without knowing the meaning of home or of unconditional love. She struggled with her faith, struggled with her self-worth, and literally ended up at a train station with her life in garbage bags.
That horrific childhood turned her into a prime candidate for predators in the sex trafficking industry. Christa was sex trafficked for twenty years. Christa’s account of escaping that nightmare, finding herself, and restoring her relationship with God, is compelling and unforgettable.
At its core, Christa’s honest portrayal of her victory over her past is a story of strength and hope. Readers from all walks of life will draw inspiration from her amazing journey.
|Publisher:||Loving You Where You Are AT, Inc|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.22(d)|
About the Author
In 2016, she received a Human Trafficking proclamation from the Pinellas County Board of Commissioners for the work she does. She is also a National public speaker, sharing her story and awareness on sex trafficking. She has been featured on The 700 Club along with many other local television outlets and Radio Interviews. Christa was chosen as 1 of 12 fellows across The United States for The National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTAC) that delivers training and technical assistance to inform and deliver a public health response to human trafficking. They are also a part of The Office Of Trafficking In Persons An Office Of The Administration Of Children And Families. Christa is a member of The National Survivors Network. Christa is also a member of The Survivors Leadership Institute led by Girls Education and Mentoring Service.