Women on Life: A Call to Love the Unborn, Unloved, & Neglected
“Life is important to the Christian because, first and foremost, it is important to God.”
Why I picked up this book:
This week I have the honor of sharing my heart for racial reconciliation and biblical justice at the Evangelicals for Life conference in Washington, DC. In addition to talking about anti-human trafficking advocacy, I will also be supporting the International Justice Mission as they inform a local congregation about the life-changing work they do all over the work to restrain the hand of violence against the world’s most vulnerable, those living in poverty.
My friend, Trillia Newbell, is the Director of Community Outreach for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC). She is also the editor of this work, and the author of the newly released book, Enjoy: Finding the Freedom to Delight Daily in God’s Good Gifts.
Who Should Read Women on Life:
Anyone who wants perspective on what it means to be pro-life in different situations and through different walks of life.
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January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Today is not just for education, but for action.
Put an End to Modern-day Slavery. That has been the consistent message and desire of advocates. For at least two years, I have been lobbying with the International Justice Mission so Congress would pass the End Modern Day Slavery Initiative (EMSI). Take a look at this video we did:
After a lot of prayers, persistence, and hard work, language from this legislation was recently authorized in December 2016.
With a new legislation and Congress, we now need to ensure that this initiative is fully funded. You can help us in this effort by simply signing your name to a petition. You may think to yourself, “Signing my name won’t make a difference.” I am here to say that you are wrong.
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Recently I have invited you and your church to participate in “Freedom Sunday” on
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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.
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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.