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Naomi Zacharias & Bethany Hoang: Fighting Sex Trafficking

Helping the victims of injustice may be compassionate, bur pursuing real justice means changing the system that perpetrated the injustice to begin with.

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Naomi Zacharias and Bethany Hoang speak to church leaders about the ongoing evil of sex trafficking around the world and how the church can make a difference by restoring the victims and changing the system that victimizes them.

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