Every year, The Salvation Army commits to praying for those experiencing human trafficking. Specifically on September 27th, Salvationists unite to pray for victims of Human Trafficking. The theme is ‘We Will Not Be Silent’ and is based on Isaiah 42:22 (NLT).
‘But his own people have been robbed and plundered,
enslaved, imprisoned, and trapped.
They are fair game for anyone
and have no one to protect them,
no one to take them back home’.
Below you will find resources that can be used to assist individuals, small groups and congregations engage in the prevention of human trafficking.
Just Salvos and The Freedom Partnership have collaborated to produce an Australian Resource kit for the Annual Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking. It includes educational information, prayer resources, biblical reflections and a list of practical responses.
Download the complete Australia Resource pack here.
- Prayer stations are available for download here
- Congregation prayers available for download here
- Additional prayers availble for download here
- Video - Sandra's Story. This video tells the journey of a women who was trafficked into Australia and found help through The Salvation Army's Safehouse. Watch on YouTube.
- Video - Swap Your Cuppa. This video explains why switching to ethically sourced products makes a difference. Watch on YouTube.
Educational Resources & Practical Responses
- Facts regarding human trafficking and modern slavery can be viewed here
- A list of practical responses to human trafficking can be found here
- A bible study on human trafficking can be downloaded here
- Information on The Salvation Army's response to human trafficking in Australia can be found here
- A list of resources including reports and useful websites can be downloaded here
- View The Salvation Army's positional statement here
- Think Piece - we will not be silent. What does it mean for Christians to raise their voices against the injustice of human trafficking?
If you would like any of the above resources in hard copies, contact Just Salvos on firstname.lastname@example.org