A duo from Oklahoma Wesleyan University will relay-run their way from New York City to Washington, D.C., to raise awareness about human trafficking.
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The new Justice Center for Human Trafficking will support research, provide resources, and sponsor initiatives to help combat the multi-billion dollar industry that buys and sells people.
World Hope employee wins award, Ontario churches assist in resettling refugees, Houghton greatly impacts regional economy, Indiana Wesleyan provides new way to reduce tuition, and more.
The U.S. Department of State will match every dollar raised by World Hope International, up to $100,000, in the fight against human trafficking in Liberia.
Kansas District hosted 100 women from across the state to celebrate what God is doing in the lives of women. They also heard how they can help fight human trafficking in their own cities and towns.
A little girl with dark eyes and a jump rope captured the author’s heart when she visited Cambodia. A girl whose innocence had been stolen by sex traffickers.
OKWU’s Orange Movement has begun a ministry partnership with the Rahab House, a home in Southeast Asia that provides a safe haven for girls rescued from sex trafficking.
OKWU president attends State of the Union address, Michigan church to host conference about human trafficking, Canadians respond to refugee need, Indiana church celebrates grand opening, and more.
World Hope International (WHI) has been awarded another grant from the State Department to continue its shelter in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
FAAST has developed a curriculum to educate children about human trafficking dangers. Created by pastors and children’s ministry leaders, it was designed for churches and faith-based communities.
Wesleyans in western N.Y. are leading the way in fighting human trafficking, including a new facility focusing on aftercare and healing for survivors.
More than 80 women gathered together in Canada recently for the ALIVE women’s conference. The group also learned much about human trafficking, a very real problem in Halifax, where ALIVE took place.
Faith Church partnered with FAAST International and Project Liberty to pray against injustice and human trafficking. A former victim shared her story.
The congregation of Faith Wesleyan Church in Fayetteville, N.C., recently invited the community to join with church members for a human trafficking awareness walk to raise awareness about the issue.
This fall Kingswood University welcomed hundreds of high school students from across the eastern region of Canada and the U.S. as the university hosted World Concerns Day and Encounter Weekend.
A young girl wearing sweatpants in India had a hand in the formation of Wesleyan Justice Network two years later.
President of well-known airlines company donates funds to start Bastian Center for the Study of Human Trafficking.
Almost 500 women attend second annual event, this year held in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
World Hope International’s Pineapple Project has been featured on CNN’s Freedom Project.
During our years in Nepal while I was working with a HIV/AIDS program, I noticed that most of the HIV+ patients we had were girls from remote villages of Nepal who had been sold into slavery.
World Hope International (WHI) announces the appointment of two new international program directors: Dr. Robert Kagbo as director of agriculture and Lisa Thompson as director of anti-trafficking.