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The Hottest Ticket In Town

I love the Super Bowl… in fact I started out as a sports reporter. But more recently I have become aware of the connection between the sexual exploitation of women and the sports industry.  The fact that the sex trade “gears up” for the Super Bowl is disturbing and unacceptable and it prompts me to write these blogs. Let’s pray for girls to be reached and set free during ministry outreaches happening Super Bowl weekend in Houston.

Abandoned, Abused and Enslaved

Editors Note: Orphan's Promise partners with NightLight to minister to victims of human trafficking throughout the Asia-Pacific region. In this story, names have been changed and faces have been blurred in order to protect identities and prevent reprisals from the traffickers. Please pray for our work to combat this very dark industry where men, women and children are bought and sold for a few dollars. 

From the Field: A Note from Tim Daniell

Lives Are Being Transformed in Southern and Central Thailand This year, Orphan’s Promise (OP) is blessed to be able to support vulnerable children and families in 12 projects across Thailand, from the far mountainous North to the deep costal South. In August 2015, I had a chance to visit five of these projects with my staff member, Pook, in southern and central Thailand. We were so encouraged by the lives being transformed and the quality project partners Orphan’s Promise is privileged to work with.

Anti-Sex Trafficking

There is nothing that is quite as disturbing to the soul as when male and female children are trafficked for sexual exploitation. Thankfully, there are many ministries and organizations working worldwide to fight this horrific tsunami of degradation.

Orphan's Promise has dedicated massive efforts and funding to work in conjunction with our ministry partners to help using the following principles:

Hearing The Cry of The Poor

“Whoso stoppeth his ears at the cry of the poor, he also shall cry himself, but shall not be heard.”  Proverbs (21:13)

When you look into the eyes of a hungry or frightened child, you are looking into the eyes of Jesus crying out to you for help. He cries out to you in the orphaned, abandoned and at risk children, some of the most vulnerable children in the world.

Combating Human Trafficking

Orphans are one of the most vulnerable demographics of falling victim to the schemes of human trafficking and sex slavery. With the rate of trafficking growing in Eastern Europe we have put this issue as one of the focuses of our work in this region of the world. During the recent Euro Cup soccer championship in Ukraine, Orphan's Promise had the opportunity to partner with the Kiev city administration in combating human trafficking.


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