Human Trafficking-How Churches & Faith Community Can Impact
As I Travel to Speak at Human Trafficking Conference in Kentucky I am reminded of What Churches Can do to Make a Difference-Pamala Kennedy Chestnut 3/18/11
The question I get again and again from my readers, people I meet on the street and other concerned people is: “What can I do, what can my church do to make a difference and change human trafficking?” I get this question from church people and from people who are not a part of any church. People want to make a difference.
1. Find the organizations that are making a difference and follow them online. We have a list here.
David Batstone, the Founder of Not For Sale Shares what Churches can do:
2. Get connected on Social Media with Abolitionist Groups & Organizations
Do a Twitter Search to find out who is talking about #Trafficking. Search the hashtag # “trafficking” Follow those who are making a difference and Re-Tweet them.
3. Put trafficking events on the Church calendar and announce it from the pulpit and put on the Church website and the newsletter.
4. Host a Human Trafficking Awareness Seminar or Conference
This can create awareness plan to bring in law enforcements, victims rights advocacy groups and abolitionists who are on the front lines rescuing slaves and prosecuting predators.
5. Start a Book Club and Write Book Reviews on Blogs and Amazon
This is a great start to help change the world and end human trafficking. You can visit our blog post here where we give you 19 more things you can do.
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