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Doug Dworak

Doug is the Global Ambassador of Love Justice International. Doug graduated from the University of Nebraska with a B.S. in psychology and sociology and a B.A. in business. He owned Christian retail stores for 17 years and during that time served on the Christian Booksellers Association Board of Directors as Vice Chairman of the Board. He has served his church as a member of the missions council, has taught numerous Bible studies over the years, and has served as a worship service leader for a local retirement center one Sunday each month. He served two years as a volunteer fundraiser for Love Justice International before taking on his current role with the ministry.

Recent Posts

Love Justice: Bangladesh - A Mind-Numbing Sadness

on Dec 4, 2018 6:27:00 AM By | Doug Dworak | 2 Comments | Expanding Work Anti-Trafficking Work
As I stepped into that “other world,” the weight of a mind-numbing sadness quickly gripped my heart. From a distance, this place didn’t look all that much different than most of the other poor areas I had experienced in Bangladesh. However, once I stepped inside, the impact was profound. The darkness was overpowering and the despair truly palpable. 
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20 Countries by 2020

on Sep 13, 2018 7:43:00 AM By | Doug Dworak | 0 Comments | Anti-Trafficking Work
I have to admit I’m complaining more than usual these days when it comes to flying and airports! Traveling isn’t as glamorous as it once was. Too much congestion. Too many delayed or canceled flights. More rude people than I care to think about. And never-ending security lines!
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Banding Together for Justice: A #MeToo Response

on Apr 11, 2018 6:58:00 AM By | Doug Dworak | 0 Comments |
#MeToo. Those two little words have become an anthem for victims of sexual harassment and abuse. They have brought the reality of offensive, destructive behavior happening “in secret” and behind closed doors out into the glaring, blinding light. They have caused all of us to consider our own actions and question whether we’ve ever “accidentally” brushed up against someone, talked inappropriately, or even just gazed at someone else for a little too long. 
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The Pursuit of My Father's Presence

on Apr 4, 2018 6:43:00 AM By | Doug Dworak | 6 Comments |
Okay, I admit it. I struggle. I read and hear about people who seem to find this amazing joy and delight in their relationship with God. They express it so eloquently and passionately. I’m jealous of that kind of relationship because that doesn’t seem to be my normal. Yes, from time to time, my relationship with God has had an element of joy…maybe even more times than I can recall; however, exuberant joy seems to go missing on most occasions.
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