SUNDAY September 22, 2019 has been designated as The Salvation Army’s international Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking. This is an annual day of worship, prayer and action surrounding the problem of human trafficking. Salvation Army corps (churches) globally will join together to raise awareness about human trafficking and modern slavery and to show compassion for men, women and children who are exploited around the world.
Here you will find resources to download, print and use in connection with this, including a poster.
This booklet contains song suggestions, prayers, scriptures, biblical reflections, sermon starters and human trafficking explanations – all of which will be helpful for people preparing for the significant September 22 date.
This resource has been developed by Hillary DeJarnett in the USA Southern Territory and utilizes resources from other agencies who are given credit on the inside cover. Our grateful thanks to Hillary for her generosity in making this available globally.
The work to provide promotional materials for this annual prayer day is a joint effort between the International Social Justice Commission and the Women’s Ministries Department and my thanks go to Colonel Janet Munn, ISJC Director, for her part in bringing this about for 2019.
The resources – as well as posters advertising the Day of Prayer in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese – can be downloaded from sar.my/aht.