In this episode I interview Dr. Sandie Morgan, co-author of the new book, Ending Human Trafficking.
We talk about how healthy churches are uniquely positioned to help prevent human trafficking, including:
- What signs to look for in people who may be vulnerable
- How to partner with other agencies and law enforcement
- How to set proper policies
- Why we need to pay more attention to labor trafficking, not just sex trafficking
- How to find resources in our neighborhood
And so much more, including a take on the biblical story of Elisha and the widow (2 Kings 4) that any pastor can preach from to help your congregation understand the importance of this issue and how to prevent it.
Dr. Morgan is also the host of the Ending Human Trafficking podcast, and the director of the Global Center for Women and Justice at Vanguard University. She also served by presidential appointment on the Public-Private Partnership Advisory Council to End Human Trafficking.
Link from this Episode
- Ending Human Trafficking
- Sweat and Toil app
- Sandie Morgan social media: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
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