Slavery is nothing new.  Check out this blog post by Michael Bird on the early church and slavery.

Slavery is also not just something that happened in the past…. or something from third world countries.

Click to go to their website and read details on each report of human trafficking.

Yes, that’s Richmond, IN with a report. As well as Cincinnati, Dayton, and Indianapolis. Think of all the occurrences that haven’t been reported on that website. I recommend checking out NotForSaleCampaign.org as they have some powerful stories of human trafficking in the U.S. (and around the world).

I love this question from Bird’s post I linked above, “So what the smurf did you do after church last Sunday? Go out to a restaurant for lunch, went home for a nap, did some light shopping, or mounted a rescue mission for slaves?”

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1   Joe    http://christianresearchnetwork.com/index.php?s=john+chisham
January 19th, 2012 at 10:23 am

I have a friend who works against slavery in Toledo. She told me that a few years ago it was the sex slave capital of America. More sex slaves went through Toledo than immigrants through Ellis island. I have no idea if this was accurate but the person is not given to hyperbole.

2   Christian P    http://www.churchvoices.com
January 26th, 2012 at 2:06 pm

I wouldn’t doubt it.

I knew there had to be a reason I didn’t like Toledo.

3   Paul C    http://www.themidnightcry.com
January 26th, 2012 at 4:58 pm

There’s an interesting documentary coming out soon found here:
http://nefariousdocumentary.com/