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Jun 1, 2016 10:53 EST

Spiritual Warriors Against Trafficking (SWAT Ministries): Sex trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. You can do something about it!

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SWAT Ministries Internship

 

 

As many of you probably know, Thailand is the sex trafficking capital of the world. Starting in June and going until early August, I have the chance to help make a difference in this spiritually dark country and to people’s lives by interning with Spiritual Warriors Against Trafficking (SWAT Ministries) half-way across the world!

Flying and living 9,000 miles away for 3 months is quite costly, however. Plane tickets, a place to stay, food, and various travel needs all add up. So I need to do anything I can to get the $6k I need raised before leaving in June!

What does SWAT Ministries do? Check out this video:

You can also go to www.swatministryintl.org to find out more information about SWAT.

So, in short, SWAT Ministries trains rescuers, house parents, and survivors in the skills they need for their job and for life––both physically and spiritually. As an intern, I will be assisting in training, outreach, and administrative duties.

This is your chance to make a difference in the lives of trafficking victims! When you donate here, you know exactly who you’re giving to and what it’s used for.

You can join me

I need to raise $6,000 by mid-June. This will all be used for food, housing, my flight, and trips to Chiang Mai and Cambodia. Will you help fund my trip to Thailand this summer and help make a difference in the lives of dozens of people?

You can contact me at 901-831-1793 or [email protected] for any questions and/or a breakdown of the expenses!

Finally, please keep me in your prayers. Satan will be doing everything in his power to stop this ministry opportunity. So whether you can or can’t afford to give, you can pray. Both are greatly appreciated!

 

Sex trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. 20-30 million people are currently being forced into slavery––80% of whom are women and children. You can do something about it

 

Contact Information:

Brian Sigrest

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