Mission to Stop Child Sex Trafficking in Cambodia
As my spring 2013 college tour to “break the silence on sexual abuse and trafficking” has come to an end, my heart turns back to thoughts of Cambodia and a mission to reach and educate those vulnerable of being trafficked and to rescue and restore those who are currently in chains. I am confident that if we are going to see an end to modern day slavery then every single one of us must...
“Girls Under Grace” is a new project of OneVOICE. Nicole Bromley teams up with high school friend and rockstar, Shareena Casey, to lead an inspiring night of music and message for women of all communities. Check out the promo and considering booking a GUG event for your own area! Email us for more info at Shareena@iamonevoice.org
Preventing Sexual Abuse in Sports
I am overwhelmed and pained by the stories around us of coaches/teachers grooming players/students for sexual abuse. It is every parent’s nightmare… and terribly devastating when it happens under the leadership of someone you trusted as a coach and school professional. 90% of the time, children and teens are sexually abused by someone they know. They are most at risk to be abused by...
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and National Sexual Abuse Awareness Month. As you can probably imagine, it is a busy time for us at OneVOICE. We continue to work on details for our Anti-Trafficking mission in Cambodia—please consider supporting this vital mission! Meanwhile we are all over the U.S. map, where Nicole will be speaking out about abuse and trafficking…join...
Nicole Bromley on the Life Today TV show (March... →
Nicole Bromley shares hope for the abused as she discusses issues of sexual abuse, child sex trafficking and her mission with Rescue Life in the brothels of Cambodia. Click the link above to watch her video interview!
Nicole Bromley is a guest on The Inner Compass Television show. There’s a life-altering trauma that 1 in 5 American children experience, yet it rarely comes up in conversation: molestation. Survivor Nicole Braddock Bromley started an organization called OneVOICE to break the silence in our families and in society. She discusses conversations she has had with hundreds of victims on her speaking...
Anti-Trafficking Programming for the People of...
I continue to grieve for the children enslaved and the families affected by child sex trafficking in Southeast Asia. My heart yearns to continue efforts to reach and educate those vulnerable of being trafficked and to rescue and restore those who are currently in chains. We must do all we can to be a solution and to put an end to this evil. (This is a picture I took of the lock on the...
Nicole's Cambodia Update, PLUS How You Can Help
HELLO, my VALENTINES! I believe today is a fine day for me to reveal what is truly on my HEART since returning from Cambodia a few weeks ago. :) I hope you are ready! My mission alongside the LIO film crew in Cambodia impacted me much more than I had expected it would. I continue to grieve for the children enslaved and the families affected by child sex trafficking in Southeast Asia. My heart...
Nicole to appear on LIFE Today, Feb 11, 2013
YOU ARE INVITED! to be in the studio audience for the appearance of Nicole Bromley on the LIFE Today show with James & Betty Robison, Monday, February 11 @ 7 p.m. Nicole would enjoy having you be a part of this special taping event where she will sharing about her experiences in Cambodia to combat child sex trafficking. To reserve your free tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org or...
"COMING UP FOR AIR" article by Nicole Bromley →
In Touch Magazine article by Nicole Bromley, based on her book Breathe.
Nicole to speak in Louisiana tomorrow night →
I shall be making an appearance in Covington, LA tomorrow night for a screening of the film “Yellow Roses”. N’awlins folks, register here!
Darkness can’t drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate...– Dr. Martin Luther King Jr
Holiday Survival 101, part 13. Merry Christmas!
What matters. Today as we celebrate “SweetBabyJesus”, we must also remember that He was a man! From the cradle in a manger to the cross on Calvary, Jesus came to earth, humbled Himself to the point of death, serving as a sacrifice for my sins and yours. He was resurrected and one day that same Jesus is coming back to judge the living and the dead and will be chauffeuring those of us...
Holiday Survival 101, part 12
(reblog from Christmas week 2010) Make room. I write to you as I sit in the upper room of my parents’ home, looking down at the infant boy sleeping next to me. The beauty of my son astounds me. And I am not a “baby person” if you know what I mean. But that piece doesn’t come into play when you have had this precious one forming inside of your womb for nine months. I will never forget when one...
Holiday Survival 101, part 11
(reblogged from December 2010, hence the newborn baby references) Call it like it is. I am sitting in my living room, next to the baby swing, hoping the constant movement along with soft Christmas music playing in the background will put my 3 month-old to sleep so I can get a moment of “Nicole time.” It’s not working, by the way. But the song playing right now is telling me that “it’s the most...
Holiday Survival 101, part 10
Just a couple quick ones today… Understand your priorities. Know your personal limits. Set boundaries with respect to both this week. Remember: it can be good and healthy to say “no” to others. And it can be good and healthy to say “yes” to yourself. And, lastly, SMILE…for no good reason! If someone asks, “Why are you smiling like that?” Answer like our good friend Buddy the Elf: “I just like...
Holiday Survival 101, part 9
Reach out and welcome in. During the holiday season we see suicide rates rise, alcoholics fall off the wagon and marriages crumble. Everyone is trying to survive the holiday…but many are not doing it well.If we want to not only survive the holiday season, but to thrive in it, we need to consider ways we can make the holiday better for someone else. If you have decided to set a boundary so thick...
Holiday Survival 101, part 8
Focus on today. As survivors of abuse, we are easily tempted to look at our past in a way that can drown us in feelings of regret, resent and remorse—especially during the holidays or special milestones. Although I recognize the importance of looking back in order to move forward (I talk about this process a great deal in both of my books), I want to challenge you today to focus more on the...
Holiday Survival 101, part 7
Be a kid again. “Sometimes I wish I were a kid again; skinned knees are a lot easier to fix than a broken heart.” (Unknown Author) Let’s all commit to play—and play hard! Think back to an activity you loved as a child, one that you never engage in anymore. And then go do it! Be spontaneous. I don’t care if it you have to go buy a fresh new set of Lincoln Logs, if you have to take a...
Holiday Survival 101, part 6
Love. Commit. Endure. Give. This holiday season is not about what you do, where you go, what you eat. It’s not about what you bought. It’s not even about who you were with. It’s about how you loved, how much you loved and how you gave away that love. I realize that loving others might feel like the last thing you want to do right now: you may be feeling depressed, rejected, ignored… I get...
Final Shoot in Cambodia
I just went out in the van with the camera guys to shoot more footage in the nightclubs of Cambodia. Hidden cameras on their glasses & watches. How CRAZYCOOL is THAT?! What’s not cool are the pictures they come back with…so awful. But I wanted to let you know that the final filming went so well today. :) I am beyond pleased and so honored to be a part of ending this evil. Thank...