With your help, Trafficklight 2.0 will be introduced on Freedom Sunday. Please consider holding a 3-minute spot in your service for a short video introducing this next stage in our attention to the global- and local-human trafficking issue and how close to home it really is for us all.
In our continued effort to educate the church about the issues surrounding human trafficking, provide experiential opportunities to see first-hand how our ChoG partners are fighting the fight, and to empower you to impact your own community, CHOG Trafficklight is launching a new emphasis in June to help us think about our influence on the trafficking culture in our own homes and communities. In addition, Wichita will provide a rich setting for our first-ever FREEDOM SUMMIT following the convention where we will learn, hear stories, and visit a ministry making a difference in their local community. Make plans now to be part of Trafficklight 2.0 and the Freedom Summit.
- 18 January 2017, 9:39 pmBy Levi Scott The sexual culture of our world today is one that harms the lives of everyone made in the image of God. The link between pornography and sex trafficking should serve as a warning to all of us. … Continue reading →
- 6 January 2017, 3:47 pmBy Levi Scott Angela Lu, writer of the World news article “Connecting the dots between sex trafficking and pornography,” quoted that 87 percent of male and 31 percent of female college students watch pornography. Even more men and women outside … Continue reading →
- 8 December 2016, 9:12 pmBy Levi Scott Although there is no longer legally sanctioned slavery in the United States, it persists among us, under the radar. According to a 2015 CNN report, “Sex-Trafficking: The New American Slavery,” the sex trafficking industry in Atlanta, Georgia, … Continue reading →