Opportunity In The Hard Questions

So, in the previous post, I wrote how the good news is good news not only for survivors of human trafficking, but the traffickers, and really, all of us.
The question is, “Okay, Jesus’ heart is for all people involved and He is seeking redemption, reconciliation, and transformation in the lives of those who contribute to the oppression, but what do we actually DO as a church seeking justice, seeking to proclaim the good news?”
There has been much work to seek answers to what do we do to end human trafficking and help victims, and I appreciate the wealth wisdom and knowledge gained thus far on which many of us are building a ministry.
It is important to draw from this knowledge and wisdom in the midst of seeking God’s heart in the hard questions.
The question I’ve asked needs to be one of the questions pursued in the big picture of ending human trafficking. We also must be impartial in seeking justice and in the ministry of reconciliation.
That being said, there is great opportunity in the question. There is great opportunity to see Christ’s grace.


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