Saturday, June 24, 2017
8:00am-12:00pm
Light breakfast provided.

Come learn about the terrible impact that human trafficking has and how YOU can help bring it to an end!

Guest Speakers

Bob Williamson

Founder of Jesus Alliance, renowned businessman, 2006 Gwinnett Business Person of the Year, creator of Horizon Software International, CEO of Williamson Group USA, author, reformed alcoholic and heroin addict, featured in numerous national magazines and TV interviews, owner of Honey Lake Resort and Spa, creator of the daily devotional, Words for the Day

AmyLynn Harrington Smoot

Survivor mentor for The Porch Light, also an ambassador and speaker on behalf of The Porch Light, She is a survivor from childhood sex trafficking and torture for approximately eighteen months from the time she was eight years old. AmyLynn chooses to use her knowledge in the area of sexual exploitation of children to help other survivors, to consult with advocates in the fight against this horrific epidemic, and for the benefit of the staff and children at The Porch Light. She is a frequent speaker throughout Florida and participates with the Big Bend Coalition Against Human Trafficking and the Survive and Thrive Advocacy Center.

Dr Brook Bello

Bello is the grateful recipient of two honorary doctorates received for her years of labor in the anti-trafficking movement and ministry. Her work and achievements in this arena have served as an inspiration for her writings. Bello will receive her doctorate in Pastoral Clinical Counseling in 2017/18 and her accreditation from Sarasota’s NCCA (National Christian Counseling Association) for her ministerial studies. In Bello’s words: “I teach child and young adult victims that it’s not what they call you, but how you choose to respond. Being a survivor of child trafficking has also come with a stigma that can really hurt.” As those she serves, Bello and other survivors she knows have been called many heinous names by others who may not understand what it’s like to have been a child multiply raped and exploited nor celebrate child or young adult victims’ new freedom.


AmyLynn Harrington Smoot
Pre-registration for this event has closed but walk-ins are welcome!