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Tuesday, October 29, 2013


Excerpts from Francis Chan: Making Disciples Is Solution to Human Trafficking by Jeff Schapiro,
on human trafficking:
Francis Chan, bestselling author of Crazy Love and founding pastor of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, Calif., says Christians can't take the issue of human trafficking lightly, and throwing a few dollars at the problem won't solve it.
"We talk about human trafficking. The solution to human trafficking is making disciples,” Chan told tens of thousands of college students at the Passion 2012 conference this week. “That's a solution. It's changing people's hearts, because some of the people that you go to school with, some of them will be the victims of human trafficking and some of them will be the culprits of it."
Chan was visibly emotional about the problem when he first began speaking, and he encouraged students to do more than just give money to fight human trafficking."I don't even like calling it 'human trafficking,' I like calling it 'little kids are being raped repeatedly right now, and that should break our hearts,’” he said.
People can't be casual about it, he added, and they must be “completely undignified” in their actions in order to really make a difference.

I read on another site that there are 100,000- 300,000 child sex slaves in the US right now.
Portland OR is like the capitol of this twisted empire. (Red Light Ministry, OR)

From another quick read of a site, it looks like Mexico is also a hot spot for international sex slave buying and selling.

Need more facts? read Crimes in your Own Backyard

You can make a difference:
P.A.T.H. Coalition People Against Trafficking Humans of Western New York

They have a meeting November 14, 2013. Like, you can go. You can find out what you can do to free a child from hell on earth.

Our next P.A.T.H. Coalition meeting will be held on Thursday, November 14th at 7pm. Open to all!

Resurrection Life Church
2145 Old Union Road
Cheektowaga, NY 14227

Search 'human trafficking ministry' to find a link to an organization in your area where you can be educated, learn how to speak out, and help end the nightmare for kids and teens who cannot escape their chains without your help.

*where's your treasure?*

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