Coffee on Table

THE WILD AND FREE PODCAST

 

CONVERSATIONS

The Wild and Free Podcast is a collision of passion and purpose where you will meet wildly passionate world changers and human trafficking and sex industry survivors alike who are making a big difference in their little corners of the world.

Our podcast is available on several platforms, but all our episode links here are to Spotify.

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BUT FIRST, COFFEE

Twila Erb - Wild Ginger Coffee

Listen in on this conversation (with myself 🤣) about Wild Ginger Coffee where I answer all your burning questions from - "What the heck is a wild ginger?", to - "What does coffee have to do with human trafficking?" and how you can get involved.

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UH, OH, WE GOT THE NUDGE

Jen and Phil Snell
- Hope Ministries, Brazil

Hope Ministries is our sister organization where we send 20% of our profits at Wild Ginger Coffee. Jen and Phil head it up and have such a big heart for the women trapped in the sex industry in Brazil. In this conversation we talk about how they ended up in Brazil, why the sex industry and what Hope Ministries is doing tangibly to walk along side these women. You'll also get a small glimpse into what the sex industry looks like there, and how you can help. Enjoy!

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NEVER SAY NEVER

Leola Frey
- ESL Coordinator, Fight4Freedom

I SO enjoyed this conversation with Leola, and I know you will too! We cover everything from how hard it is to learn languages to the pain of standing at the memorial of a friend you've lost to the sex industry. Leola gets real about her journey to becoming the ESL coordinator of Fight4Freedom which is a local, anti-human trafficking organization.

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WHY WOULDN'T I RISK MY LIFE?

Luisa Krause - Elora House

This conversation with The Energizer Bunny - er - Luisa Krause is bound to pump you up! Luisa is full of life and fun and passion and she has committed her life to helping women get out of the sex industry and thrive! And she’s doing right close to home through the Elora House project.