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When Julie Sliwinski left her home in Atlanta, Ga. and came to Gardner-Webb University as a freshman just three years ago, she envisioned attaining a degree in health and wellness where she could offer people tips and techniques to eat better and establish more active lifestyles. She never imagined that her participation in a community engagement activity in the spring of 2012 would lead her to such dangerous surrender and a burning desire to do whatever God called her to do and to go wherever He led. “I came to school to become a personal trainer or physical therapist,” Sliwinski recalled.
Caroline Nethery, Julie Sliwinski, Nightlight International, Office of Community Engagement, On Eagle's Wings Ministries, Stephanie Capps
Office of University Communications, "Gardner-Webb Students Find Passion and Purpose through Human Trafficking Awareness Week" (2013). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1666.