“For I, the Lord, love justice.


We are excited for our 13th annual Justice Matters Sunday on February 4th, 2024. Once a year we focus on the issue of Human Trafficking and this year our guest speaker will be Harmony Dust from TREASURES. We are privileged and honored to have Harmony join us. (You can read her full bio below.) She is an old friend of Calvary Murrieta but she hasn’t been our main speaker in many years, so we are really excited for you to meet her. We will also be having 6 different workshops, offered during 2nd and 3rd service, to help further our education and learn ways that we can all help in the fight against Trafficking.  Come spend the day with us and learn together how we can “Speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves” as it says in Proverbs 31:8-9. There will be about 20 different organizations and ministries represented that would love the time to meet you and share more about what they do, and how you can partner with them. And of course, there will be food trucks so you can have lunch! Mark your calendars and invite some friends.  Can’t wait to see you there!

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We are so glad to have you join us!

Harmony Dust

Founder and Executive Director of TREASURES

Survivor of exploitation turned UCLA honor student, Harmony’s goal is to empower women in the sex industry and survivors of trafficking to live healthy, flourishing lives. Armed with personal experience, evidence-based theories and a Master’s Degree in Social Work, she comprehensively sheds light on the impact of a pornified culture and the lives of those trapped within it. Her pursuit of justice has led to Congressional recognition and opportunities to train the Department of Justice and FBI in best practices. In 2003, she founded Treasures to empower other women in their recovery and freedom from the commercial sex industry and trafficking. Harmony’s memoir, Scars and Stilettos, details her harrowing account of moving from victim to survivor to liberator.

Harmony will be sharing her lived experience in the realm of exploitation, as well as how her experience motivated her to begin TREASURES, a non-profit that is a survivor-led, trauma-informed org. that empowers women in the sex industry and survivors of trafficking to live healthy, flourishing lives. She will also be sharing what the grooming process looks like, the ways the exploiters target those with vulnerabilities, and how we, as the Church, can help reduce those vulnerabilities. She will also discuss how we ALL can be a part of the healing process for survivors and learn to reach ALL people effectively.
Every woman deserves to live free from abuse and exploitation. Our mission is to equip and empower women in the sex industry and survivors of trafficking to live healthy, flourishing lives and train others across the globe to do the same in their cities.* We are a survivor-led, trauma informed, supportive community of women who are committed to meeting women where they are at through outreach, care & training. There are more women in the sex industry than any other time in history. 70% of female victims who are trafficked are trafficked into the commercial sex industry, including the legal forms of it, such as porn, stripping and legal brothels. 89% of women in the sex industry say they want to escape but see no other means for survival.

Visit iamatreasure.com for more information

These organizations that we partner with will have tables at Justice Matters Sunday.

“He gives justice to the oppressed and food to the hungry. The Lord frees the prisoners. The Lord opens the eyes of the blind. The Lord lifts up those who are weighed down. The Lord loves the godly. The Lord protects the foreigners among us. He cares for the orphans and widows, but He frustrates the plans of the wicked.”

PSALM 146:7-9