Joe and Jimmy were joined by Raleigh Sadler, the founder and executive director of Let My People Go, and author of Vulnerable: Rethinking Human Trafficking. The guys ask Raleigh what led him into a ministry dedicated to helping the victims of human trafficking, what the misconceptions are around trafficking, how churches push back against it, and how individuals and churches can get involved. It’s a great conversation, and we encourage you to grab a copy of Raleigh’s book, Vulnerable: Rethinking Human Trafficking.
This episode is sponsored by CROSS20, a special live-stream conference going down December 29-30, 2020 aimed at helping 18-25 year-olds find their place in God's global plan. Featuring speakers like David Platt, John Piper, and Kevin DeYoung participants will walk through The Lord’s Prayer together. Registration is just $10 per person. Register for the conference at CROSS20.com.
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