With He too, the Buffalo, NY native is seeking to empower survivors of faith like her by pointing them to Jesus Christ. “He, too, suffered. He, too, was unfairly treated. He, too, was bruised and battered. He, too, is a survivor—the greatest survivor of all time,” she says. “He, too, was wounded, over 2,000 years ago, so we could be healed for a lifetime.”
According to Hobbs, after women of faith share their survivor stories, band together, empathize with each other, and bring greater awareness, there is another necessary step to take. "True wholeness is impossible without Christ. Only He can heal us everywhere we hurt," she says.
The comforting scripture the He too founder uses to encourage women of faith is found in Psalm 34:18 and it says, “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted; he rescues those whose spirits are crushed.”
He too, she says, “is for those who are brokenhearted, crushed and desirous of freedom from the pain of their past. It is possible through Christ. I’m a witness.”
The Christian activist and advocate for survivors launched her first “Don’t Keep Secrets” sexual assault awareness campaign in 2015 after hearing the story of a woman raped repeatedly by her father at 9 years old. Visit that website here.