Locked in a brothel, Liap found a phone and called AIM to rescue her.
waited for our arrival, the brothel owner found out she had made a call and moved her to another location. He laughed in her face, “You will never be free. You are my property! The police cannot rescue you.” “ Liap said, bravely. I didn’t call the police,” “ I called AIM.” The blood drained from his face. He marched her back to the first location, waited for AIM to arrive and surrendered her to us.
There’s a reason a trafficker
shuddered and surre when he heard that AIM was coming; ndered AIM is the Church of Jesus on the move.
This Easter season, AIM wants you to recognize the resurrection power of Jesus in His people. We are his ‘Plan A’ to reach the hurting, heal the broken and rescue the lost.
Is your church partnered with AIM to do this in Cambodia?
If not, AIM wants to
empower you to advocate for AIM to your church.
Church Partner is committed to fight trafficking with AIM through educating the community, discipling the church and investing in the work on the ground.
Read more about it
Not a pastor? Not a problem!
Challenge your church leadership to use this Easter as an opportunity to raise awareness and funds for victims and survivors of sex trafficking. We have a wealth of resources available to equip you . HERE
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