Sandra Johnson

Green Street Baptist, North Carolina
Evangelism Catalyst
High Point North Carolina
Green Street Baptist
December 4

About My Family

I was born in Valley, Ala., and moved to North Carolina when I was 13 years old so my dad could go to seminary. I have three sons and three amazing "daughters-in-love." I have seven precious grandsons and three granddaughters.
God called me to full-time ministry in 2005. In 2004, He opened the door for me to work for a non-profit for almost a year. This was my introduction to the problem of human trafficking, and I received training on the issue through the federal government. When I left there, I knew I needed to do something about the horrors of modern-day slavery in our communities. At age 60 with no non-profit experience, single with no job or funding, I took a huge leap of faith and began Triad Ladder of Hope Ministry (TLH). We serve to end human trafficking in our country and to assist survivors who have been rescued. The past 13 years have been an amazing journey with God.

About My Ministry

Triad Ladder of Hope is a faith-based, privately funded 501(c)(3). We are dedicated to the eradication of the exploitation, sale and enslavement of men, women and children across our country. We raise awareness by educating our communities, law enforcement and professionals about human trafficking. We work in the following ways:
Rescue: We work with Polaris as well as local and federal law enforcement to assist rescued victims.
Restoration: After survivors have been rescued, we work to meet their immediate needs.
Re-Entry: After survivors have gone through the process of dealing with the horror and the trauma, we help them move back into society. We stay in contact with them and they know they can call on us at any time. During this whole process, we are sharing God's love with them in many ways.


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Fund ID: 009825-Johnson,Sandr