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The White Umbrella: Walking with Survivors of Sex Trafficking
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The White Umbrella: Walking with Survivors of Sex Trafficking
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Moody Publishers
Release Date
September 14, 2012
Pages
208
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$11.82

Can the scourge of sex trafficking be erased from the earth? In our more sober, painfully honest moments, we're inclined to answer pessimistically. But while the full abolition of sexual slavery will surely have to await Christ's return, there are helpful, grace-giving steps we can take in the interim. For inspiration and practical advice, look to Mary Frances Bowley, founder of Atlanta-based Wellspring Living, which fights sex trafficking and provides care and protection to victims. In The White Umbrella, Bowley gathers stories from those who have helped and been helped at Wellspring, offering an important resource for all who would join the battle.

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