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The Fight Human Trafficking Conference focuses on empowering people and mobilizing the Church. With over 13 seminar sessions to choose from and countless networking opportunities, this event in the Bay Area is one you cannot afford to miss.
Held in Nashville, TN, the Trafficking in America Conference 2013 is set to focus on creating a culture free of slavery. Shifting the focus from the supply-side of modern-day slavery, TAC is going to spend more time addressing the demand-side of human trafficking and tackling the issue associated with it. Keynote speakers include Laura Lederer, JD, Former [...]
Dear Reader, My friend sent me this story via email awhile back. It’s from one an individual that he used to work with in Nepal. I asked him if I could change some of the confidential information (names and locations) and share it with you. He said it was cool. It’s a great story of one [...]CONTINUE READING →
A few years ago, I was blessed with the opportunity to serve in Atlanta with Princess Night, a ministry of the Atlanta Dream Center that hits the streets weekly to minister to women who are oftentimes caught in crippling situations, whether through forced prostitution or more. You can learn more about Princess Night by clicking [...]CONTINUE READING →
I can’t wrap my head around the mentality of a ‘john’, someone who pays money for sex to profit a third party. I don’t understand how thousands of men in the free world can abandon the vows that they’ve made to their wives and the commitment that they’ve made to their children to turn around [...]CONTINUE READING →
I contribute daily to slavery. I was recently wondering whether I contribute to slavery or not. Internally, I fought it but pretty much already knew the answer. Yes, I do contribute to slavery. I then began to wonder how much. I had heard about a site called Slavery Footprint, an Oakland, CA based non-profit that [...]CONTINUE READING →
When I think about human trafficking I don’t consider the statistics, I think about the stories of those who have survived their victimization. I remind myself that every day, all over the world, more people are being drawn or forced into this web of exploitation and abuse. The more stories I hear the more I [...]CONTINUE READING →
Every Monday night during my early years of college I would meet with a group of friends at a local coffee shop. There we would talk about life and everything it contained. We philosophized, joked and supported one another. While we shared some similarities, we were more able to learn from our differences. This group [...]CONTINUE READING →