Labor Trafficking

In order to entrap women, men, and children into labor or services, traffickers will use force, fraud, or coercion. They recruit, harbor, transport, or purchase their victims.

Where are victims found? Look around in these places: agriculture, landscaping, factories, hotels, janitorial services, construction, day labor, restaurants, nail salons, domestic servitude, illegal drugs trade, fishing industries, tourism, and traveling carnivals.

“Doomed is the one who builds his house by injustice and enlarges it by dishonesty; who make his people work for nothing and does not pay their wages” (Jer. 22:13 GNT).

Steps to address this issue.

Overview of Project HELP: Human Exploitation.

Articles, Blogs, and Resources:
Release and Restore CD (product)
And have faith. (blog)
A World of Hurt (article)
Enjoy the Fruits of Their Labor (blog)
It's Here! Human Trafficking in the United States (blog)

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3.2.15

Putting off until tomorrow giving to missions offerings such as the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® is a seductive temptation for families. First world living means there is always an excuse ready to be used: “It’s the beginning of baseball season and the children need new equipment.” “Easter clothes are expensive.” “Saving for a family vacation is a top priority.”

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