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 us!
April 11: Poteau, Okahoma (Kiamichi Technology Center and a local coffeehouse)
April 15-17: Southern Wesleyan University, South Carolina (Wellness Week)
April 18: Ferris State University, Michigan (Take Back The Night)
April 30: Huntington University, Indiana (Chapel, RealTalk, etc)
April 30: Yellow Roses film screening at Vineyard Columbus, Ohio (Nicole will not be able to speak, as she is already scheduled at Huntington University, but you can still hear her share transparently as narrator in the film. Register here for a seat.)
On July 26th, Nicole Bromley will speak at Colorado Christian University, sharing personal story and introducing the new Emmy award-winning documentary “Yellow Roses” (Navpress).
This film is narrated by both Nicole and Darrin Hoover and directed by Mike Edwards. “Yellow Roses” deals with the real issues girls face daily: peer pressure, troubled relationships, and abuse. It has hit a nerve with people worldwide, having been shown at the United Nations, screened at film festivals, broadcast on television, and endorsed by national and international faith-based organizations.
It has helped young women find their voice. But most of all it offers the hope that comes with discovering one’s true identity in Jesus Christ.
Churches, parents, ministry leaders, and even students have been impacted by these stories: join us for this free screening, and learn how you can help young women embrace the joy, freedom, and new beginnings found in Christ.
For more information about Yellow Roses go to www.yellowrosesfilm.com
To register for the FREE Denver area screening on July 26 (7pm), go to http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3827377790
I was recently filmed for a new documentary entitled “Yellow Roses”. This original documentary film series shows the true-life stories of real girls and the struggles they face growing up. With help, hope and honesty, this film shows that they are never alone, they are loved and they can have hope for the future.
Watch the trailer here.
“Yellow Roses” is a well-produced film documentary, piercing the darkness on a multitude of commonly hushed issues that are robbing so many young women of fullness of life. Filled with real girls with real stories that will break your heart, yet offering viewers with great hope, I believe “Yellow Roses” is going to leave an immediate impact on all who watch it. Girls need to know—truly know—that they have value. I expect this film to be a catalyst, helping young women of this generation begin to embrace their priceless worth as well as the truth that sets them free!
The full featured film and soundtrack were just released for online purchase today! You can order your copy here.
**Opinion poll: What do you think is the most common and also the most unspoken struggle facing young women today?