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Dear Friends,

"Human trafficking" is a term that sounds almost clinical.  In this sense, it is a misnomer, as human trafficking describes something that is evil in every way.

Thousands of American girls, boys, and young women are forced into sexual bondage each year, compelled under severe duress - sometimes, even the threat of death - to commodify themselves in prostitution, pornography, and other vices.

Thankfully, the Christian community is responding.  On Wednesday at FRC, former Congresswoman Linda Smith, founder of Shared Hope International, and Mark Blackwell, founder of Justice Ministries, gave an inside look at this brutal trade and how believers can help the people victimized by it in real, practical ways.  You can view the webcast here

There is no charge to watch the webcast, but you might find the cost high: Your prayer life, your time, and your understanding of our culture could be changed forever.


Rob Schwarzwalder
Senior Vice-President
Family Research Council

P.S. Be sure to tune into FRC President Tony Perkins' new daily radio program, featuring some of America's top political, religious, and cultural leaders and a call-in session where you can voice your views and ask questions.  Learn more by clicking here.

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