I’ve come across several different ministries and outreaches for those who have been imprisoned in the United States, but I have never seen such a unique prison ministry as what Christian Library International is doing.
It’s a sad story that is told over and over again.
It’s the story of a girl who is desperate to help her family—and after one thing leads to another—disappears into the world of sex trafficking.
I’m a little bit dumbfounded after reading this news article:
A glass of water.
It’s so simple.
In fact, some of us don’t even drink water from the tap—but purchase special purified water!
President Barack Obama called the fight against human trafficking, “one of the great human rights causes of our time.”
But actions speak louder than words.
Human trafficking is real.
It’s often batted around in politics and the nonprofit world. Used as a way to raise funds to raise awareness or brushed aside towards more legalized prostitution.
This is a very interesting look at how Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam spread across the world…
Amnesty International is considering to support the decriminalization of sex work.
In other words, they want to make it legal to sell sex.
There’s nothing quite as classic as a Coca-Cola label.
So what happens when it’s removed?
I know that sports and human trafficking cross paths, but I never thought I would see something like this.
It turns out, many soccer players have been trafficked from Africa!