Tag Archives: Roger Twitchell

More Than a Trend

I didn’t care. Even now, I wince as I type those words, because they’re so hardhearted. I wince because the truth hurts. I didn’t care about sex trafficking. More than that, I didn’t care about the children that sex trafficking … Continue reading

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“Let’s Go!”

Recently, the Blackbox team spent several days in the Dominican Republic, training and counseling and planning together. One evening, happy but a little drained, they gathered in the living room of the boys’ home, relaxing and visiting, until Blackbox Counseling … Continue reading

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Never Had a Place

In the weeks before boys come to our Dominican Republic home, Blackbox field director Roger Twitchell talks regularly with social workers there. In one such meeting a few months back, a social worker made a poignant comment. “Until now,” she told Roger, … Continue reading

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Stars

Get out of town at night, away from the city lights, and look up at the sky. It comes alive with brilliance and beauty. When we see stars, we see God’s orchestration and we marvel at His creation. And yet, … Continue reading

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Blank Slate

Art therapy is a key component of the Blackbox counseling curriculum, because it lets the boys express their feelings and tell their stories in a safe, productive way. On a recent trip to the Dominican Republic, the Blackbox team trained … Continue reading

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