Reacting to Human Trafficking

When considering the gravity of human trafficking and how prolific it is, do you ever feel like you want to make an impact but aren’t sure where to start?

You can have an impact!

Since the release of the Sound of Freedom movie, there’s a buzz from many people who want to respond to the epidemic of trafficking and make a difference.

Developing Workers is rallying in the Greater Phoenix area to have a community discussion about the movie and to empower you to get involved in a variety of ways.

God’s heart is for justice for the weak and vulnerable.

“Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute. Rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked.”

Psalm 82:3-4

Come next Wednesday, and let us help you take the next step to get involved.

If you can’t join us but want to learn more, reach out today.

Some questions to consider…

Did the Sound of Freedom successfully convey its intended themes or messages?

What did the movie evoke in you?  Did it make you think or feel a certain way?

What is next?  What do we do with the information we now have?

Developing Workers exists to equip leaders locally and globally for the work of discipleship.  We develop workers to mobilize ministry.

There are roughly 3 million pastors globally, and 90 percent of them have never received formal training nor resources to help lead their churches.  Foundations is the arm of Developing Workers that is committed to training and equipping global pastors leaders, helping them become prevailing forces for change and discipleship in their communities.  

This work is both fueled and funded by friends of our ministry.

Thanks to our community of partners like you, all financial contributions quickly transform into pastoral training, service opportunities, coaching and mentorship, special projects in underserved communities, and impactful resources that all bring us one step closer to ending discipleship poverty.

We’re so grateful for you!

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