Unavoidable Global Realities: Human Trafficking
with Sarah Durfey

Sarah Durfey

Thursday, April 4, 2013
12:15 – 1:30 p.m.
Alumni Hall

Slavery is not just a problem of our past. In fact, more people are enslaved throughout the world today, than at any other point in human history. Join us as Sarah Durfey addresses one of the most critical social issues facing the global Church today.

Not For Sale Campaign Promo from IN THE CAR on Vimeo.

This video was created by Gordon-Conwell alumni Rollyn Zoubek, MACO ’02 and Josh Sturgeon, MAR ’12, along with Jim Trick, to support the efforts of the Not For Sale Campaign.

About Sarah Durfey

Sarah Durfey is the Director of the Abolitionist Network at the Emmanuel Gospel Center in Boston. She is also the co-state director of the Massachusetts chapter of the Not For Sale Campaign which fights human trafficking and modern day slavery around the world. She lives in Boston and is dedicated to spreading awareness throughout Massachusetts – to prevent further exploitation, as well as to empower everyone in her community to find how they can be a part of this modern-day abolitionist movement.

 

Sponsored by the J Christy Wilson Jr. Center for World Missions, the “Unavoidable Global Realities” gatherings provide an opportunity to explore and discuss key issues and trends in the global Church today.

For more information, please contact Kristin Gelinas, Global Programs Administrator.