Jeff and Karin Trotter
Since 2010, our fight against human trafficking and slavery has taken us to the nations of Cambodia, Mexico, Nepal, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Haiti and the Philippines. The problem is worldwide and overwhelming at times, but the effort is worth it, knowing that each of us can, with God’s help, save one precious life at a time.
It is our honor to be engaged in this work through Extreme Love Ministries. We’ve worked with this excellent ministry since 2013, but joined on staff in 2020.
Jeff helps empower the mission of ELM as the Creative Design and Marketing Director. Although much of his work is behind the scenes, his love for those ELM helps and his passion for photography helps him to document the powerful physical and spiritual transformation people are making through this ministry.
Karin furthers the mission of ELM as the Public Relations Director and Partners Coordinator. She loves building relationships with our donors and overseas partners, as well as those helped because of this ministry. She works hard to bring awareness about human trafficking and slavery to everyone she meets, often advocating about this issue in a myriad of group settings.
We both came to the Lord as young adults and never imagined we’d be serving God around the world! But in recent years many of the words of Jesus, although very familiar, broke into our hearts with new clarity and conviction, changing our lives. We’re hopeful you will join us in this work to help end human trafficking and slavery. Together we can make a real, lasting difference by doing our part to bring God’s kingdom to the earth!
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