During the week of Easter the University of Nebraska at Kearney flew me home from Mexico City. The International Justice Mission (IJM) and the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity hosted a 24-hour event at the University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK) to help end human trafficking. I spoke at the closing event.
My roots run deep at UNK. I have a bachelor’s degree in Agri-Business and a Masters in Counseling. I was the Campus Crusade director, and served as the Chapter Advisor for Pi Kappa Alpha for many years. I am intensely proud of my university. To have the student leaders of IJM and Pi Kappa Alpha invite me, and the university pay for my flight home is one of the greatest honors of my life.
For three days I had non-stop conversations with UNK students, staff, faculty, and advisors who care deeply for the victims of human trafficking. I loved every second of being back in Kearney and stepping into lives.