Be a voice for the voiceless
Have you ever had the experience of talking to someone about an important issue and realised the person you were speaking with didn’t hear a word you said? It can be quite frustrating, can’t it? Now imagine a situation that’s many times worse. For example, you were being sexually exploited and your cries for help fell on deaf ears. Or you were in such poverty that you couldn’t feed your own children and had to sit and watch them slowly die of starvation. It would be difficult to have hope that things could change for the better. Sadly, this is happening all over the world.
God wants His people to be a voice for those that can’t speak up for themselves; He wants us to be an advocate on their behalf – one that will stand up and fight for justice and do the right thing, even if it’s inconvenient or uncomfortable. The Bible says, “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves; ensure justice for those being crushed. Yes, speak up for the poor and helpless, and see that they get justice” (Proverbs 31:8-9 NLT).
Child Rescue is committed to being that voice – a voice for the voiceless, a voice for the poor, the sexually enslaved and the vulnerable. We’re committed to bringing justice to their cause through our many advocacy and awareness events. So much of the world doesn’t even know the horrendous conditions and environments these children and families live in. If Child Rescue doesn’t share their stories with people who actually have the ability to make a difference, little will ever be accomplished.
Child Rescue staff travel extensively to churches, conferences, schools, events and seminars raising awareness about sex trafficking, at-risk children and families and our role in combating and stopping modern day slavery in our generation. We also use various media streams like magazine and newspaper articles, blogs, social media, short promotional videos and trafficking response kits to help raise awareness. Our goal is simple: get in front of as many influencers as possible, so they, in turn, can be advocates for those enslaved, poor and destitute.
Would you like Child Rescue to speak at your business, church, conference, school or event this year? Contact Us today for more information.