2020 ANNUAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING VICTIMS
Every year, The Salvation Army dedicates one Sunday in September to lift up those trapped in human trafficking and corporately proclaim freedom. We spend time educating ourselves, leading freedom walks through our communities and joining Corps all over the world in prayer. This year’s Salvation Army Annual Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking will be held on Sunday, September 27th.
Here are a few ideas on how you and your Corps or center can participate on this day:
- Advertise and post the posters included below
- Lead a prayer/freedom walk in your community
- Include a specific prayer for human trafficking survivors in your Sunday service (Please see essential resources below)
- Show an educational video highlighting what human trafficking is. Click here for video options.
- Show a video of how the SA is helping to restore human trafficking survivors. Click here for video options.
- Have a young adult share a reflection (Please see essential resources below)
- Integrate into your sermon (Please see essential resources below)
Below you’ll find resources, videos, posters, and ideas to inform, inspire and mobilize you! We invite you to join us this day in proclaiming freedom for all. Use #FightforFreedom to tag and share your photos on social media.
FIGHT FOR FREEDOM Guidebook
The Salvation Army’s reference framework for human trafficking, including theological reflections, survivor stories, Bible studies and more
Anti-Human Trafficking DEVOTIONAL GUIDE
A 31-day Prayer and Response to Human Trafficking https://issuu.com/saconnects/docs/aht_devotionalbooklet_2020_issuu
Human Trafficking & Salvation Army’s Response Animated Video
Includes prayers, song suggestions, related scripture, Biblical reflection, sermon starters, and call to action
Includes human trafficking statistics, how Salvation Army is assisting, and 10 ways corps and centers can get involved
Whether you have one hour, one weekend, or just want to have a more on-going engagement, this resource suggests ways everyone can make an impact.