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human trafficking

  • Brazil’s Sex Tourism Boom

    Chris Rogers encounters many young girls on the streets of Brazil. Young children are supplying an increasing demand from foreign tourists who travel to Brazil for sex holidays, according to a BBC investigation. Chris Rogers reports on how the country is overtaking Thailand as a destination for sex tourism and on attempts to curb the...

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  • Sex Slaves Freed from the “Thunder God”

    Tribal priest comes to Christ, frees sex slaves 8 April, 2010 Ghana (MNN) — Sex slavery is rampant among tribal religions in Ghana. In a system commonly referred to as Trokosi, girls are given to tribal priests as payment for sins. “Trokosi” means wives or slaves of the gods. Every Child Ministries is rescuing these...

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  • Forgiveness

    After completing my schooling for Business Ethics and Biblical Theology I decided to pursue my dream of working on the mission field. I accepted an offer to work in Cambodia as the Anti-trafficking Program Coordinator for Agape International Missions. This organization has an After-Care center for girls rescued out of sexual slavery, an outreach center in the seedy red light district of Svay Pak, and a network of over 500 churches working to implement long-term strategies to crush the systemic injustice of Human Trafficking. I was excited about launching into this new endeavor, but my life thus far had not prepared me for the harsh realities I would face in Cambodia.

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