My name is Natasha Robinson and I want to END Modern-Day Slavery!

Recently I have invited you and your church to participate in “Freedom Sunday” on

SEPTEMBER 25, 2016

And I have also shared about a recent incident which highlighted the importance of educating the entire church on the issue of human-trafficking and modern-day slavery.

Let’s Talk about Sex: When Pastors Enslave

Today, I want you to hear my heart and the hearts of so many ordinary people like me and you. Together, we lobby. We pray. We give of our time and financial resources. We tell our family, friends, and church fellowships. We use our voices to educate and raise awareness. We are committed for the long haul of ending human trafficking and modern-day slavery.

My name is Natasha Sistrunk Robinson and I want to end  Modern-Day Slavery.

Will you join us? Find out more about Freedom Sunday and how you can get involved.

Book Review: Forgive Us

Confessions of a Compromised Faith

 Authors: Mae Elise Cannon, Lisa Sharon Harper, Troy Jackson, and Soong-Chan Rah

Why I picked up this book:

I received this book from my publisher, Zondervan, because I share a similar concern and passion for biblical justice like its authors.

Who Should Read Forgive Us:

This academic resource is for anyone who has a sincere desire to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind; and Love your neighbor as yourself (Luke 10:27).” It is for those who are interested in the Lord’s requirement “to act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God (Micah 6:8).”

Forgive Us book cover

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Here’s Your Opportunity to Take Action Against Human Trafficking

If you have not already done so, please review my report from this year’s International Justice Mission (IJM) Advocacy Summit. As promised, I am providing the next steps for you to support the estimated 27 million voiceless victims who are currently trapped in human trafficking.

This is what’s happening right now on the political scene:

Congress is completing research to identify working models and they are looking to invest in proven methods that combat modern-day slavery. The good news is there are dozens of proven anti-trafficking models around the world that have rescued and restored victims, brought perpetrators of slavery to justice, and protected whole communities by deterring trafficking and slavery. IJM, World Vision, Free the Slaves, and Solidarity Center have all worked on successful models.

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