It all started with a Facebook post Two friends, Teddy Collins and Bill Oppenheimer, both Directors on Action For Life, made a post regarding illicit massage parlors within our community. After a brief social media interaction, we decided to hold a prayer vigil in front of the courthouse steps where we would pray to God for guidance. We created an online event and invited the media to attend, which they did. A dozen or so people held signs reading “Sexual slavery should not be a tourist attraction”. Thanks to media coverage creating interest in the 46 illicit massage parlors existence and their open advertising online, and our Founder’s commitment to being a vessel for God’s will, Collier Citizens Against Sex Trafficking was formed.