Thursday night, two organizations came together to shine light on the growing problem.A lecture was held on the Midland College campus, aiming to bring awareness to the community.

Right now, the problem goes beyond sex trafficking. If a victim makes it out alive, they have no place to go. Read More



The Reflection Ministries of Texas has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation.

The money will go to their crisis assessment and intervention for adult victims of human trafficking. Read More


As an 18-year-old college student, Lisa Bownds thought she was in a relationship with a man whom she thought was her boyfriend.

It was later determined the man whom Bownds believed was her boyfriend was actually serving as her pimp. Bownds didn’t share that information for 40 years… Read More


A local nonprofit that was established to help victims of human trafficking is seeking to build a facility to provide services for these individuals.

Reflection Ministries of Texas provided information for the Midland City Council on Tuesday, and the presentation detailed the extent of the problem and what can be done locally to help those impacted… Read More


Reflection Ministries in Midland will make a special presentation to city council on June 26 in hopes the city will give them a piece of property to build an “Empowerment Center.”

The organization’s mission is to provide services in helping victims of human trafficking to get back on their feet and rejoin society… Read More


501 (c) (3) Charitable Organization (Established May 8, 2017) Reflection Ministries, Inc. Shall conduct any and all activities deemed necessary and proper by the Board of Directors consistent with the laws of the United States of America and the State of Texas. Said activities shall include, but not be limited to:
(a) The provision of immediate and long-term freedom for adult victims of sex trafficking, or of any form of commercial sexual exploitation, through protective housing, health services, counseling, identity recovery, education and job skills assessment and the development of life skills necessary for reintegration into a non-victim community; and
(b) The increase of public awareness of the danger signs and prevention of sexual exploitation and trafficking through the development of age appropriate educational curricula and programs for children in elementary and secondary schools as well as for educators, youth workers, counselors, and pastors.