by Ernest Liu
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  • Work & Sex Slavery

    Human trafficking is an estimated $32-billion industry worldwide. It is the second most profitable business on the planet. About 20% of victims are forced into laborious slavery while the remaining 80% are forced into sexual slavery. The majority of victims are female, many of whom were deceived and forced into prostitution.

    Much of our world’s economy revolves around savages abusing women whose existence are reduced to fulfilling the sexual whims of promiscuous men. Others are brutally forced to work for decades to pay off unreasonable debts. This is sickening, and it is evidence that we live in a disgustingly fallen world.

    Running Against Traffick

    I have teamed up with eleven other runners to raise awareness for the victims of human trafficking. We are Running Against Traffick, and we have partnered with International Justice Mission (IJM) to help those who are trapped in slavery. To date, IJM has relieved over 23,000 people from oppression, helped train over 13,000 officers, and convicted over 900 offenders.

    runningAgainstTraffick

    • Billy • Ernest • Ruth • Crystal
    • Donald • Matt • Kitty • Heather
    • Nathan • Howard • Amy • Laura
    Volunteers: • Kai • Heather • Michelle

    We wish to help in the effort to free captives of human trafficking and strike down the villains who operate these brothels. This is our way of loving those made in God’s image. We hope to see people freed from human bondage where the gospel rarely reaches so that one day, they may hear the gospel and be freed from the bondage of sin.

    Help Us Fight!

    Join us in the fight against human trafficking! You can help by supporting our team! We are hoping to raise $2000 in about a month. Actually, we’re hoping to raise even more, and with your help, we can do it. Either share this post, donate to the cause, or do both!

    Support the Team Now »

    1International Justice Mission’s Statement of Biblical Foundation
    2International Justice Mission rates 4/4 on Charity Navigator
    3Feature image [2010 Brothel] from IJM Media Library
    4Human trafficking statistics from unodc.org and dosomething.org

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