Human trafficking and the Big Game
PHOENIX (BP) – As thousands of fans gather in person to attend Super Bowl LVII in Phoenix this weekend and millions more watch on television, missionaries and volunteers with Send Relief’s Los Angeles Ministry Center will be on the streets of Phoenix, keeping a watchful eye out for human trafficking activity.
Human trafficking report highlights inequity, war’s impact
WASHINGTON (BP) – Incorporating the leadership of survivors and programs to address societal inequities are two essentials in the fight against human trafficking, the U.S. State Department said in its 2022 Trafficking in Persons Report.
Comforted by Jesus, would-be human trafficking victim tells story
DALLAS, Texas (BP) — It was broad daylight, but Sarah Taylor knew if the stranger managed to pull her into the car, she would likely die. She fought.
Los Angeles Send Relief Ministry Center consistent presence as Super Bowl visitors arrive
LOS ANGELES (BP) – When shopping for real estate, one typically looks positively at traits such as good schools, a higher socio-economic bracket and low crime. Selecting the location for the Los Angeles Ministry Center for Send Relief went a decidedly different route.
Frank Reich among groups going to LA to combat trafficking
LOS ANGELES (AP) – Frank Reich is heading to Los Angeles this week for an important mission.
SBC DIGEST: AAEO materials released; Send Relief to hold online discussion on human trafficking
Annie Armstrong Easter Offering promotional materials available; Send Relief to hold online discussion on human trafficking
Human trafficking survivors find new life at Missouri Baptist home
BRIDGETON, Mo. (BP) -- The debilitating trauma the survivor suffered from being trafficked for sex is emblematic of those rescued through the Freedom 43:19 human trafficking ministry of the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home (MBCH).
Med student starts anti-trafficking ministry after volunteering with Baptist Friendship House
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – After spending time this summer volunteering at the Baptist Friendship House in New Orleans, medical school student Megan Duggins knew she had to take a proactive approach to the issue of human trafficking.
Southern Baptists persist in the fight against human trafficking
NASHVILLE (BP) – Southern Baptists continue to fight against human trafficking worldwide as the issue is acknowledged by the United Nations on World Day Against Trafficking in Persons today, July 30.
COVID-19 affected anti-trafficking effort, report says
WASHINGTON (BP) – Human traffickers took advantage of the conditions produced by the COVID-19 pandemic in the last year, but those working to combat the trade in human beings adapted their efforts to protect the vulnerable and aid victims, according to the U.S. State Department.