In this week’s episode, Cynthia Bailey from Rest Stop Ministries shares her story about finding freedom. After years of being trafficked, Cynthia was able to break free from the cycle of abuse and darkness. Now, she works as a Residential Coach helping others to find the same freedom.

Cynthia Bailey A Survivor Story


So, subscribe today to make sure to hear all of these episodes:

1. The Story of Rest Stop Ministries with Dr. Rondy M. Smith
2. A Survivor Story with Cynthia Bailey
3. Victory Stories with Dr. Rondy M. Smith, Founder of Rest Stop Ministries

Rest Stop Ministries RESTORE SURVIVORS

Unfortunately, Human Trafficking is a major problem around the world and right here in the USA. The atrocities of oppression and modern day slavery are happening right before our eyes. Most don’t realize it’s happening in our own neighborhoods.

Most importantly, we‘re sharing what you can do to help “restore survivors and stop oppression.” This is the mission of Rest Stop Ministries. We wanted you to hear from a survivor who is has been restored. Cynthia is a big part of the healing process that takes place within the walls of Rest Stop Ministries. So, join us for an encouraging and enlightening show today with your co-hosts, Amy Elaine and LaTan.



More than a survivor, GET TO KNOW our special guest, Cynthia M. Bailey:

Cynthia grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. She spent the first 24 years of her life as what many label “a victim.” In September 2000, Cynthia found her freedom. Her journey to freedom includes a BS in Pre-law, a minor in Psychology and certifications a life coach. And now, as we mentioned above, she’s on staff at RSM.

As a Residential Coach, she walks alongside women as they seek their own path to freedom. Ultimately, Cynthia told us her passion is to see women of various backgrounds, ages, and cultures find true freedom, becoming all they were meant to be. Please, connect with Cynthia regarding Life Coaching at for more information.

God is committed to survivor stories; he wrote the most beautiful story of deliverance ever told.

After listening into today’s show, we’d love to hear your feedback. As part of this three part series, RVR commits to bringing light into the darkness. Recent headlines and arrests make it clear this is a right now issue and we wanted you to know about. We wanted to give you an insider look at how we, the Church, can respond. In the end, there is hope. Jesus is a chain-breaker. He came to set the captives free.

His light broke through the darkness and he lead us out in freedom from death’s dark shadow and snapped every one of our chains. So lift your hands and five thanks to God for his marvelous kindness and for his miracles of mercy for those he love! For he smashed through heavy prison doors and shattered the steel bars that held us back, just to set us free! Psalm 107:14-16 TPT



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Again thanks for joining us for today’s show. Sharing our stories brings healing. Most importantly,  your past is power for moving forward into REAL VICTORY.

STOP OPPRESSION EP 119 with Dr. Rondy M. Smith

Stop Oppression EP 119 Dr. Rondy Smith

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  1. Theresa Brown on December 9, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    I have been knowing Cynthia Bailey for years, we are definitely sisters in Christ now. We both went through so much together and I feel so blessed to see how far she has come and her contribution to Gods children in walking through their life and being such an inspiration for them. I too am on the same path in trying to help others to see their worth and to let them know there is always hope and someone out there that does believe in them and help them to achieve what Cynthia and I have. It was such an amazing blessing listening to you three ladies on national broadcast in the name of Jesus Christ. I love you all and Cynthia and I are facing a very emotional homecoming for a close family member if you guys could keep us in your prayers! Thank you

    • Amy Elaine Martinez on December 10, 2020 at 6:11 am

      Thank you so much for listening. It is such an honor to be sharing Cynthia’s story. Your stories are inspirational for others seeking to find freedom; you make what feels impossible a reality. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of others and pointing them to their worth and way out. LaTan and I will absolutely be covering you all in prayer. Thank you again for commenting today. May the peace of Christ rule and reign in your life, beautiful sister in Him.

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