RescueLIFE Frees 5 Girls From Sex Trafficking

By James Robison Published on November 1, 2019

It’s a story I wish I could share every day — getting another predator off the streets.

Justice was served in Southeast Asia, where your support for Mission: RescueLIFE helps fund a special volunteer SWAT Team. A predator was accused of taking an 8-year-old girl to a nearby province without consent. When she was interviewed, she revealed she had been sexually abused and gave information to help identify 4 more girls he had abused. The girls are now receiving aftercare at a Mission: RescueLIFE Restoration Home.

The fight began in Southeast Asia eight years ago when mission workers first visited this region. They saw terrible things being done to children and young girls and could not ignore the injustice and evil. They asked, “At what point do we join the fight?”

Leaving America, they moved to a region where brothels, spiritual bondage and terrible poverty have ruled families for generations. As they shared the love of God and provided care and encouragement for young women trapped in the sex trades, lives changed as Jesus was lifted up!

They not only showed up, but spoke up for the oppressed!

And, while you can’t “go” to the mission field like they did, right now you do have the opportunity to “speak up” and stand up for the oppressed in a big way!

Because right now Mission: RescueLIFE has been offered a $320,000 matching gift that can help double your gift and make a $640,000 impact to help keep children free from abuse. Please, please help make this possibility a reality!

As the mission workers have said, “This is a battle with dark forces every day and every hour.” They need our prayerful and financial support in a big way. And that means we need EVERY voice possible to speak up so make the choice to lift your voice as you give.

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