He delivers me from my enemies; Surely You lift me above those who rise up against me; You rescue me from the violent man. Psalm 18:48
Deception. Coercion. Enslavement. These words define the sinister world of human trafficking and the sex slave industry. It’s a $32 billion industry – the fastest-growing criminal activity in the world.
Young girls with hopes and dreams of better jobs and opportunities are often the prime targets of traffickers. With the promise of a good-paying job, these young girls – some of them children – are tricked and trapped in brothels to work as sex slaves. They’re beaten if they refuse their captor’s commands and they suffer long-lasting physical and emotional trauma.
Reach out to children living in the villages where human traffickers target vulnerable, at-risk girls. As we provide much-needed food and resources, we can reduce the need for the families to send their children away to find work.
Rescue children from living and working on the streets. We can encourage them and offer them a new home and a new opportunity to be free from the lifestyle.
Restore hearts, minds and bodies to the beauty God designed for them. Through God’s grace, prayer, ministry materials and counseling, we seek to help survivors overcome the shame of their past.
Some 1.2 million children are trafficked or sold into slavery each year. Around the world, two children are trafficked every minute.
Your gift today for Mission:RESCUELIFE will be used to help reach out to victims in Cambodia, Thailand, India and Ukraine.
Here is how your gift can help. With each $128 invested in Mission:RESCUELIFE we can reach a child who is headed for disaster, we can rescue one from the physical and emotional prison she’s been forced to survive, or we can restore to one girl the life God created her to lead.
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Deception; Coercion; Enslavement; Property; these words should never be used to describe a child’s life, yet tragically they are the norm for tens of thousands of Children around the world. Childhood should…