SHOW SOME LOVE ON FREEDOM SUNDAY
On February 14, let’s stand united against modern slavery!
Modern slavery is real, and as the church, we are being called to say, “No more!”
Today, there are millions of children, women, and men who are being forced to do unthinkable things through human trafficking — both around the world and in your backyard. As the church, we are called to take a stand and provide hopeful alternatives to this oppression.
FREEDOM SUNDAY is a day to unite with other churches; participate through prayer and support of church-based anti-trafficking ministries; and celebrate what God is doing to set the captives free.
Whether you create an entire service or simply come together for a few minutes in prayer, let’s join together on the first Sunday of Lent to focus on the fast God spoke of in Isaiah 58:6:
Is this not the kind of fasting I have chosen:
to loose the chains of injustice
and untie the cords of the yoke,
to set the oppressed free
and break every yoke
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