A national epidemic has been ignored for too long, a dark addiction fueled by instant access to pornography, spawning a commercial sex industry that is consuming our children. And everyone pays the price—the child whose innocence is stolen, the man who can’t overcome his addiction, and the society that bears the loss of both. Our world has been helpless to stop the tide because we, the church, have remained silent. Frozen in fear, in ignorance, in disillusion. But, together in our many faiths, we have the power to push away the darkness.
It’s there, and it’s waiting for you to notice..
Children are being bought and sold for sex every night—in America. We, the church, have a mighty role in addressing and stopping this tragedy, if we are ready and willing.
On April 20-22, 2016, we invite you to join us for the JuST Faith Summit in Orlando.
Here are 3 reasons why every pastor should attend the JuST Faith Summit:
1. Get Equipped – You want to help but don’t know where to start. We do. Join us to learn practical tools for getting started and finding a dynamic and sustainable way to leverage your community’s resources to tackle trafficking.
2. Get Connected – There is a committed, dedicated team across the nation making meaningful strides in the fight against sex trafficking. We want you to meet them. Learn from others and share resources to make the biggest impact possible.
3. Get Inspired – Hear amazing stories of freedom, restoration, and change. We are launching a movement within the church to face the overlooked and ignored issue of sexual perversion and abuse and want you to be a part of it.
Please join us and together, let’s bring an end to this epidemic.
Pamela S. Canova says
I have started a non-profit called Saving Angels in Montgomery County, Maryland, under the auspices of Polaris. We are small but mighty and determined to establish a prevention program in the State of Maryland.
Gabriel Osagiede says
I am writing from Africa, I have started a non profit association against Human trafficking. I am a sharedhope, Ambassador of Hope.
Combating trafficking in human here is tidious, because of the porious legal system, which was why we lost a case on the 22/06/2013 in Bamako Republic of Mali.
We are a small group, working seriously to improving our effort, in prevention and checkmating domestic sexual exploitation of children.