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Now What? Responding To Domestic Trafficking Part 2 (AUDIO)

By Staff, Sep 17, 2019

Human trafficking, i.e., slavery, is rampant in the world today. According to IJM, there are over 40 million slaves globally. One in four of these victims is a child. How are we to respond when millions are tricked and forced into providing commercial sex and laboring under inhumane conditions? How can we show God’s love through acts of mercy and justice?

Listen in and learn more about the heinous reality of human trafficking both here and abroad in these learning sessions from MTW West Coast's Equip Missions Training Conference, summer 2019.

The sessions feature Regina Castillo from the Central Coast Freedom Network, Susan Carter from North County Abolitionists, and Theresa Wolfe from Coastal Thrivers, all organizations working to fight human trafficking in the San Luis Obispo County area. They share about what they are doing to fight human trafficking and how you can help.

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