State representatives, advocates and leaders of faith-based organizations gathered on the Texas Capitol steps on Jan. 22 for a human trafficking awareness and prevention bipartisan rally cosponsored by roughly a dozen groups, including the Texas Baptists’ Christian Life Commission.
Human trafficking offenses in the U.S. increased slightly in 2017, according to the FBI’s annual “Crime in the U.S.” report released on Sept. 24.
DES MOINES, Iowa — Savannah Oswald elbowed her way through the crowds on Black Friday 2014, searching for the cutest clothes she could find for her
Messengers to the Missouri Baptist Convention approved five resolutions without comment or debate during their closing session Oct. 29 at Tan-Tar-A Resort, including one on same-sex marriage and another on human sex trafficking.
Christian organizations across the country — including Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas — are encouraging believers to pray Jan. 11-13 for an end to human trafficking, the world’s third-largest criminal activity.
"The Child Safe Zone," a project of Georgia Woman's Missionary Union and Women's Enrichment Ministry, is a result of WMU's Project HELP: Human Exploitation emphasis that focuses on exploitation, including trafficking.
Poverty in Mexico fuels the destructive cycle of human exploitation and trafficking that consumes many young lives, experts on both sides of the Rio Grande agree.
Organizations fighting human trafficking continue to raise awareness about the atrocities of what they call "modern-day slavery," but they're increasingly making practical differences in the lives of victims and in legislation. Faith-based and other organizations are using a variety of methods to
GREENSBORO, N.C. (ABP) -- With five children to feed after her husband died “Rebecca” faced dreary prospects in Cameroon.
A coalition of national Woman's Missionary Union, state WMU groups, anti-trafficking organizations, state Baptist conventions and churches are attempting to canvass the entire length of Interstate 10 with prayer against human trafficking as well as for its victims.