When they had entered the city, they went upstairs to the upper room... all these with one mind and one purpose were continually devoting themselves to prayer.
Acts 1: 13-14
Intercessory prayer is the most powerful way to fight human trafficking. We pray fervently for the vulnerable among communities to be protected against exploitation and for their self-worth to be deeply rooted in their identity as daughters of Christ. We also pray against the darkness that infects those who would become
perpetrators of exploitation, asking that revival and conviction sweep over those who would succumb to it.
We cover in prayer those who are trapped in destructive cycles, believing true freedom from oppression rests in Jesus Christ. May they be protected from harm and reap God's eternal promise to be brought out of their enslavement. We pray, through the power of the Holy Spirit, that rescue be afforded them. We raise up law enforcement officials and those who seek to aid these men and women asking for wisdom and insight beyond understanding.
After being transitioned, we cover these women in prayers for sustainable change, that their lives no longer be defined by their past but by the grace of Jesus Christ. May they move from glory to glory, experiencing the fullness of His love in every area of their lives.