We are so thankful for this beautiful campus in town, close to a university, and yet surrounded by trees in a peaceful setting. Now all of our offices, training rooms, prayer room, counseling center, emergency housing, staff childcare and guest housing are in one location.Read More
Consider joining us as we fight trafficking and heal trauma by mobilizing communities and strengthening families. We are looking for people, based in both the U.S. and Thailand, who want to see wholeness and freedom overcome brokenness.Read More
I was 14 years old when I came to live at Ezekiel Rain. I had been abused and exploited since I was 9 years old, living in multiple temples, children’s homes and massage parlors.
When I arrived, I had many health, emotional, spiritual, sexual and relational struggles. I was afraid to receive or give love; I couldn’t trust anyone, even the people who were helping me.Read More
We have seen over time the gaps in the way most restoration approaches seek to take a survivor out of society to keep them safe and get them “well” and then put them back “in” to society. The reintegration process often fails, and although there is much work done with the survivor, very little attention is given to strengthening the communities and families who surround the survivors.Read More
The Prayer Room at Ezekiel Rain is designated for connecting with God through prayer and worship. Located on the 2nd floor of our Chiang Rai office and surrounded by a lush canopy of trees, this “upper room” is where our team is equipped through daily abiding in God’s presence.Read More
When we are faced with issues that seem too big to tackle and we feel paralyzed from engaging, it is important to know that our thoughts, prayers, choices and actions really do make a difference.
We cannot remain silent or complacent in a world full of vulnerable, hurting and traumatized brothers and sisters.Read More
Whether you’re working in a role that fights exploitation, trying to help someone who has been abused, or researching to better understand exploitation and trafficking, you can better equip yourself by learning not only the facts but also some of the stories of exploitation.Read More