We can’t afford to ignore this issue. If you care at all, please read!


Jennifer Roemhildt Tunehag throws the spotlight on one of the most pressing issues in contemporary Europe

Despite the abolition of the slave trade centuries ago, people are still bought and sold in Europe. The European Commission estimates that 120,000 women and children are trafficked into Western Europe every year. Ninety percent will be sexually exploited. The problem of human trafficking in Europe is immediate, immense, and profoundly evil.

In this darkness, the light of Christ is shining.  Christians across the continent are working to bring hope and help to those vulnerable to and victimized by human trafficking.

Since Moldova’s independence, nearly one in ten Moldovans has emigrated to find work in the West (some statistics indicate than one in four ‘economically active’ Moldovans is working abroad).  As many as two thirds of households in Moldova fall below poverty level, and 500,000 people have been forced to leave their homes in the past…

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