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Brian & Kelly Bell, Senior Pastor, Calvary Murrieta

Brian has been the senior pastor of Calvary Murrieta since 1989, and was the assistant for 4 years prior to that. Brian’s personal goal is to learn to love God completely, love people authentically, and to make disciples globally. He and his wife have a passion for justice and work alongside the local anti-human trafficking task force in obedience to Proverbs 31:8-9 that says, “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves; ensure justice for those being crushed. Yes, speak up for the poor and helpless and see that they get justice.” They actively engage their church in ways that promote awareness, advocacy, and action, striving to make a difference. Brian’s hobbies include traveling, surfing, fishing, hunting, photography, and sushi. And of course, spending time with his family.

Kelly Bell is married to Brian, Senior Pastor of Calvary Murrieta.  They have two children, Zach and Mical. Zach is married to a lovely girl named Caitlynn who just had twins; identical boys named Harper James and Owen Scott. Their daughter Mical got married this year to a wonderful young man named Tyler Andrews, so they added a son inlaw to their family this year as well. Kelly has been the Director of Women’s Ministry at Calvary for over 25 years and loves what she does. She has a passion to see women grow in their faith and become doers of the Word, not hearers only. She is a conference/retreat speaker, as well as a Bible Study teacher. She is the author of a Bible Study series called “Reasons to Rejoice.”

Concerning Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery, she has a passion to advocate for the rights of the oppressed and exploited, and to “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves.” Kelly feels compelled to do whatever she can to help “ensure justice for those being crushed.” (Proverbs 31:8-9) Kelly is a regular volunteer for Riverside County’s Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force and oversees the Justice Ministry at her church, working to help people figure out how to use their gifts, talents, and finances in fighting this battle! 

Don Brewster, Founder of Agape International Missions (AIM), Agape International Missions (AIM)
Don Brewster
When Don Brewster rst travelled to Cambodia in 2005, he was assured that other than poverty, everything in the country was ne. He learned the horrible truth just two days after returning to the states when he and his wife, Bridget, saw a Dateline NBC special. The topic? Child sex tracking in Cambodia. 
Horrified by what he saw, Don says, “The very children I held hands with and saw running in the streets were not just trying to survive poverty. Many were living in hell, enduring torture… I couldn’t believe it was right under my nose and I didn’t even know it.” 
Learning this truth sparked Don to form Agape International Missions, an organization dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating child tracking victims and restoring communities. Together, Don and Bridget have opened multiple homes for child sex tracking survivors, including AIM Restoration Home (ARH) and Rahab’s House, a network of community centers in Svay Pak. These centers provide health care and education to the community and act as a safe place for children to spend time. 
“Our goal is to defeat child sex tracking. We will ght until we’re victorious,” says Don. “We need as many soldiers as we can get.”
To learn more about Agape International Missions, visit
John Richmond, Founding Director, Human Trafficking Institute
John Richmond
John Richmond is a founding director of the Human Tracking Institute, that exists to decimate modern slavery at its source by empowering police and prosecutors to stop trackers. Working inside criminal justice systems, the Institute provides the embedded experts, world-class training, investigative resources, and evidence-based research necessary to free victims. 
John’s work to combat human tracking has earned numerous honors, including: being named one of the “Prosecutors of the Year” by the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation.
John frequently serves as an expert on human tracking, for the United Nation’s Working Group on Tracking in Persons and at the European Union’s multilateral meetings on human tracking. He has trained judges, prosecutors, federal agents, law enforcement ocers, non-governmental organizations, and international delegations on human tracking investigative and prosecutorial strategies.
John has taught Human Tracking Law, Policy, and Litigation at Vanderbilt School of Law and he is a regular contributor to the Storyline blog. Prior to forming the Human Tracking Institute and joining the Department of Justice, John worked on human tracking crimes as the Director of the International Justice Mission’s slavery work in India.