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Rahab’s Rehab Ministry

Care for the Prostitutes

Upon entering into darkness behind the veil, what we see is...

Behind the Veil

Every welcoming smile seems to be veiled with layers upon layers, appearing both strange and somewhat familiar. When unveiling one layer after another, we discover the untold stories of hardship, self-abandonment, distorted lives, and lonely souls.


Entering into darkness

The pornography, gambling and drugs are closely linked, presenting another world.

As we walk into this world and come into contact with the women working in nightclubs, brothels, and street prostitution, we are determined to walk with them.


Reachable Corners

Visit: Outreach twice per week

  • Nightclubs and Streetwalkers: Jordan, Yau Ma Tei, and Mongkok

  • Brothels: Tsim Sha Tsui, Jordan, Mongkok, Prince Edward, Kwun Tong, North Point, Causeway Bay, Tsuen Wan, Wan Chai

  • Human trafficking: News, information, organizations (united in prayer)

What we do to light up the lives

Lighting up the lives with Jesus' love and light! Moving forward in life by building on love: 

Lead - Leading them to Jesus

Own - Owning their own lives

Value - Living out Christ's values

Excellence - Connecting with Jesus, living a life of excellence


Vision: Restoring the dignity of disgraced women

"The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor.  He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives, and release from darkness for the prisoners; to proclaim the year of the LORD's favor and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, and provide for those who grieve in Zion— to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair.  They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the LORD for the display of His splendor." (Isaiah 61:1-3)


  • Cell group (Ekklesia): Cooperate with churches from different areas

  • Counseling: Individual counseling, prayer and deliverance.

  • Discipleship Training: Follow-up in an individual or small group setting

  • Personal Pastoral Care: Companionship, life coaching, etc.


  • Various activities: BBQ, hiking, festive parties (evangelistic meetings), love feasts, etc.

  • Crisis care: Social Welfare Department, Police station, legal aid, court appearances, anti-epidemic needs, etc.

  • Physical check-up: companionship, seminars, activities, etc.

  • Family care: care and companionship, seminars, etc. to serve their next generation.



  • Interest Class: Sports Class

  • Skill Class: Beauty Care, Nail Care, Belly Binding, Massage, etc.

  • Starting a New Page of Life: Every year, there are cases of those who have successfully left prostitution and become housewives, packaging workers, nail technicians, make-up artists, health workers, security guards, waitresses or salespersons, etc.

What we need to weave a net of love

Weave a net of love - to support those with shattered lives;

Your participation - to fulfil a different function in the Body of Christ;

Work together - to transform their lives little by little;

Live out the unity of God's kingdom - regardless of who we are.


Your Participation

To connect with people who are willing to weave a net of love through prayer, for coordinating our manpower and resources for greater impact. A huge need for mature volunteers to become life coaches and vocational mentors for them. Through prayer, donations, and participation, these needs can be realized one by one!


  • A significant need for volunteers, including:

       - Women: outreach team visits, mature companions and skills mentors

       - Men: assist the clients of prostitutes (exploring)

  • Prayer Watch: First Thursday of each month at 7:30pm

  • Regional Churches: Establishing outreach teams and Ekklesia

  • Walk with porn strugglers, women in prostitution and help them to start over in life.

  • Volunteer/Co-worker testimonials


Local Partners

  • Partner with two Christian organizations, and churches from North Point and Tsuen Wan, who are interested in serving in this ministry.

  • Resources Sharing: We welcome invitations from local churches to share and develop our work.

  • Prayer Watch:




      Rahab’s Rehab Open Prayer Meeting: Held on the second Thursday evening of each month.

Overseas Partners

  • Short-term mission: Providing prostitutes with the opportunity to experience the mission trip (we have been travelled to Cambodia, Sichuan and Vietnam).

  • Exchange: with different organizations


Partner with Rahab’s Rehab Ministry

  • Donation

  • Church Network/Follow-up Partners

  • Employment/Training Opportunities

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