3 Misconceptions About Sex Trafficking

By Jonah Broberg, Communications Intern at Source Human sex trafficking.  It’s one of the ugliest, most non-partisan issues out there.  Of course, a complex issue like this has no single solution. Here are 3 common misconceptions about sex trafficking, and why they need to be properly understood in order to fix the problem. 1)     Chloroform,

03 Dec 2018

The Dreaded Pastor


31 May 2018

Building Trust

by Amanda Casey, Outreach Coordinator In outreach, our goal is to make contact and gain trust. This goal can take several months or years. Initially, we often get ignored or receive a text telling us (in not so nice ways) not to text them again. A few months ago we reached out to a contact

07 May 2018

Being a Friend and a Voice

Source’s mission is to be a friend and a voice to those who are at risk and marginalized. Our ministry, the Jesus Kitchen, was able to accomplish this at the annual Ocala Rainbow Gathering which is a gathering of young homeless hippies. One story represents this well! “I felt God telling me to tell this

22 Mar 2018

21st Annual Golf Benefit

With Source’s 21st Annual Golf Benefit coming up on Tuesday, May 15th, we took the opportunity to ask one of our supporters to share his experience of participating in this event for a number of years. Steve and his wife Deb have known about and supported Source through prayer and attending some of our events since 2007. Steve

16 Mar 2018

The Importance of Prayer

Here at Source we know the power of prayer, and as a faith based organization it is one of our foundational expressions and tools which reminds us that we can come to God, through Jesus and by the presence and power of His Holy Spirit to be witness and to go beyond anything that we think we

16 Mar 2018


A documentary review by one of our residential volunteer’s, Sally. Tricked is a documentary by Jane Wells & John-Keith Wasson. It’s tag line, “A shocking look inside America’s sex trade” is an accurate statement and as a whole this documentary is not for the faint of heart. It is also worth noting that this documentary

28 Feb 2018

Source MN receives grant from the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota

  Source MN is pleased to announce that we were approved a grant from the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota (WFMN) for the shelter and drop in center that we ran in Downtown Minneapolis over the Super Bowl. Our shelter was specifically for women 18 years and older and the funding ensured our 24/7 presence just

16 Feb 2018

Super Bowl Week Outreach and Shelter Report

Purple Light Project Increasing outreach and recovery resources Beyond the Super Bowl! 52 weeks a year, becomes reality Purple Light Financial Goal Reached!! Thank You $300,000 Goal Reached Our increased efforts during the Super Bowl can now continue 52 weeks a year. Thank you to donors, volunteers and congregations for giving victims opportunity and empowerment – During the

14 Feb 2018


escaping life on the streets A book review by outreach volunteer Joy Spencer. Carissa Phelps came from a difficult family situation.  Her stepfather treated his stepchildren more severely than his biological children.  Her mother loved babies but was emotionally absent as her children grew.  There were also just too many kids in a crowded household. 

07 Feb 2018

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