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Wedding Bells Ring for Human Trafficking Survivors


Human trafficking is a taboo industry in many cultures, but it's also highly acceptable and even celebrated. In countries like Greece, Ethiopia and even right here in America, thousands of women and young girls every day are forced into this horrible lifestyle by being lied to, deceived and ultimately stolen from anything normal for them. They're promised of a better life, a good-paying job…freedom from poverty.

But it's just a cover-up for one of the most inhumane forms of injustice our world has ever seen.

Fortunately there are organizations that have answered the cry of this injustice and are making strides to help rescue victims from this form of modern day slavery. One such organization that we partner with through Hand of Hope is International Crisis Aid (ICA).



Learn more about how we're partnering with other ministries to help put a stop to human trafficking.


Hand of Hope is the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Our goal is simply to help as many hurting people as we possibly can, to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith.