Millions of people are being trafficked worldwide. Exploiters look for people who are marginalized by society, so most of these people are hidden in plain sight. Let My People Go Executive Director Raleigh Sadler talks with Ed Stetzer about what the local church can do to fight these global injustices.
Raleigh Sadler leads the "Let My People Go" network, a movement to empower the local church to fight human trafficking by loving those who are most vulnerable. He's worked with the Price of Life Invitational, the New York State Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Restore NYC and several other justice and mercy organizations. He's also written a book on the issue, "Vulnerable". Raleigh believes that the world will not see an end to the problem of human trafficking until the local church rises up against it.
Ed Stetzer, Ph.D., is Dean of the Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. He has planted, revitalized, and pastored churches; trained pastors and church planters on six continents; earned two master’s degrees and two doctorates; and he has written hundreds of articles and a dozen books. He is Regional Director for Lausanne North America, is the Editor-in-Chief of Outreach Magazine, and regularly writes for news outlets such as USA Today and CNN. He serves at his local church, Highpoint Church, as a teaching pastor. Ed and his wife Donna have been married for more than 35 years and are the parents of three daughters.
Discover new ways to show and share the love of Jesus to a broken and a hurting world. Join Ed Stetzer in an engaging discussion of todays cultural trends.