Kimberly Ferland is an abolitionist dedicated to standing for freedom and against injustice. She is currently the coordinator of the Edmonton Chapter of ACT (Action Coalition on human Trafficking) Alberta. She speaks to community and faith groups about the realities of labour and sex trafficking in Alberta. Her goal is to raise public awareness and educate individual citizens about what they can do in their communities to stand against the human rights violation of human trafficking. She believes every community member has a part to play and is key to ending modern day slavery.
She is married to Chris and they live in Edmonton. As a couple, they are walking through recovery and healing from the effects of Chris’ long term pornography use. They believe there is healing and share their story to encourage others who may be searching for freedom from pornography and to challenge followers of Jesus to seek after a higher standard of sexual purity and wholeness.
To book a community awareness session on human trafficking Kimberly may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Invitations to Chris and Kimberly to share their story may be directed to email@example.com or call them at home at 780-474-8302.