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Sherri Clement

Sherri Clement, founder and president of Hope Rising, with her horse Angel, provides equine therapy to victims of trafficking at the organization’s 15-acre ranch in Washington County. “The horses are absolutely key for recovery in teenage girls,” Clement said.

Jeremiah 29:11: “Bringing hope and a future” is the Bible verse that the organization Hope Rising Ministries is named after.

“When I was in my darkest moments, I read that scripture and it touched me as to the tenderness of God,” Founder and President Sherri Clement said.

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