Human Trafficking, The Gospel & Justice
Matt Robertson from Agape International Missions (AIM) and the transformative power of the Gospel; “colorblindness”
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Segment #1: Interview with Matt Robertson of Agape International Missions
During this show, we talked about the transforming power of the Gospel and how it has changed an entire city in Cambodia, which used to be a major destination for human trafficking. This is a case study on the relationship between the Gospel and justice. Interview with Agape International Ministries..
From their website, “Agape International Missions (AIM) is a Christ-led, non-denominational, not-for-profit organization that exists to glorify God through our dedicated efforts to love, protect, and care for survivors of trafficking as well as other vulnerable and exploited individuals. Through a holistic approach of rescuing, restoring and reintegrating survivors of trafficking and preventing sexual slavery, AIM seeks to meet survivors’ spiritual, emotional, social, educational and physical needs. Our intention is that they may come to know their worth and value in Christ, develop a dependence on Him, and develop skills for a sustainable life.”
To find out more, visit their website.
People often write in and ask, “What are some practical things we can do to stand for justice?” Supporting the work of AIM, is an excellent way to stand for justice in a Biblically faithful way!
Visit The AIM Shop to purchase products that are handcrafted by survivors of trafficking. Each of the items is signed by the survivor, so when you cut the tags off that cute kimono or T-shirt, don’t throw away the tag! Instead, keep the tag as a reminder to pray for that woman and the ones who are yet to be rescued.
Another tangible way to support the work of AIM is by utilizing their design and print shop for customized apparel for your organization, ministry, sports team, etc.
Check out this video to find out more:
For those in the Southern California area, our friend, Bryan Crain, with the Orange County Rescue Mission, is involved in a human trafficking initiative.
Segment #2: “Colorblindness”
Here are a couple of additional videos to help you discuss race.