The mission of Through God’s Grace Ministry is to empower the faith community to fight human trafficking and child exploitation. One of the ways we accomplish this mission is through Educational Events that are hosted by one of our National Faith Coalitions. On the home page, you can also find Training Videos and Workgroup Meetings on various topics that teach people how to implement actions that make a difference.
Through God’s Grace Ministry hosts The National Faith Coalition Against Human Trafficking, The National Black Faith Coalition Against Human Trafficking and The National Hispanic Faith Coalition Against Human Trafficking. While the National Faith Coalition addresses general topics, the National Black and the National Hispanic coalitions address dynamics that makes these two groups so vulnerable to sex and labor trafficking. Given that over 51% of people in the U.S. attend a faith community, their participation is the key to ending this cruel exploitation of the most vulnerable in our society.
The National Faith Coalition Against Human Trafficking hosts trainings and meetings to connect the faith community and provide an opportunity for people in the faith community to teach each other how they can build their efforts in the fight against human trafficking. At every meeting is a expert speaker on topics such as "How to Get Men Involved in the Fight Against Human Trafficking," "How to Create a Dynamic Human Trafficking Ministry" "How to Engage the Youth," etc. These meetings are entirely focused on what the faith community, led by God, can do to fight human trafficking. Please see our education resource page to support you in getting started or build your effort.. Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Through God’s Grace Ministry is proud to be a collaborative partner with Black Faith Leaders in our shared mission of preventing Human Sex Trafficking through collaboration, education, prayer and sharing resources with other Black churches led by Jesus Christ.” With over 40% of victims of sex trafficking coming from the black community and the recruitment of young black boys to become pimps, this community has been especially hit hard by this issue. It is time to act! At these meetings, black faith and community leaders address what works in black churches to help victims and prevent human trafficking so that together, through God’s grace, we win this fight. Please go to our educational resource tab to the section entitled "Equipping Black Churches to Fight Sex Trafficking," to find more resources
When we add up the number of victims from both sex and labor trafficking, the Hispanic community has the most victims who are trafficked. This community is especially vulnerable to being exploited for labor trafficking. At these meetings, Hispanic Faith and community leaders address the dynamics that will prevent human trafficking for this community. Questions? Please email email@example.com