Editor’s note: Sandra Morgan and her husband, Jean, serve as pastors at Westminster Christian Assembly and are members of the Fellowship of Christian Assemblies. Sandra’s ministry experiences and insights regarding human trafficking were featured in a recent article, published in Influence magazine during National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Sandra is available to speak in your church about her ministry and work in helping those caught in the snares of human trafficking right here in the US.

Here is a link to this important article…

How Churches Can Fight Human Trafficking and Slavery in Their Own Backyards
by Sandra Morgan, Jan 22, 2016

A neighbor called child welfare to report a child who did not attend school with the other five children living in a $1.6 million home in their upscale gated community. Authorities discovered a 12-year-old girl sold by her parents as a child maid in Egypt to cover her sister’s debt. Shyima worked seven days a week, from early in the morning until late at night. She slept in a converted room in the garage without ventilation and washed her own clothes in a bucket because she was too dirty to include them in the family laundry she did every day. Shyima never went to school, never learned English, and never… Click here to read the rest of the article.

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