The Demp Project
Bringing light into the darkness
A Force to Combat Sex Trafficking
Helping when others have turned their back
The DEMP Project is a ministry that brings the light of Christ into the darkest of places. We want to help put an end to sex trafficking.
DEMP stands for David, Esther, Moses and Peter. These four have incredible stories of reDEMPtion in the Bible. Our mission is to treat every human being with love, faith, and kindness according to the Gospel of Jesus Christ, while building effective relationships within the community to identify, serve, and protect victims of the sex trafficking industry.
WHAT WE DO
— We Meet
We go to eight local strip clubs twice a month to meet and minister to women in the industry who are in desperate need of a Savior.
— We Care
Assuming the roles of sisters and mothers when there is no support, we provide love and understanding in a situation that seems hopeless.
— We Connect
We stand in the gap and help these women to find their identity and to establish lasting relationships with our staff and with their Lord and Savior.
— We Share
We bring food, gifts and religious materials with each visit. While we are in the clubs, we lend them an ear, offer lasting friendships, and focus on sharing the love of Jesus Christ.
— We Guide
When they realize they no longer want that life, we help find resources to get out. These include help with school or college applications, employment, drug rehab, counseling, referrals for law and family attorneys, etc.
— We Don't Judge
This is about creating a safe place of trust and understanding. These women are in tough situations. We don’t judge them. We focus on build trusting relationships so we can help them recognize who they are in Christ.