By: Stacy Blackmon Some folks may feel that human trafficking is too big of a problem for them to offer any help. But individuals, small groups, even churches can play a vital role in stopping human trafficking in its tracks.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Recognitions of two Baptist women, Molly T. Marshall and Barbara "Babs" Baugh, will bookend the Friday event lineup at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship's general assembly in June.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Beloved Baptist leader Carolyn Weatherford Crumpler died on Jan. 2. Always loyal to her institution and a tireless advocate for missions, she challenged Southern Baptists to engage social issues.
By: Trudy Johnson Human trafficking is rapidly growing because of the worldwide demand for cheap labor and services, including commercial sexual activities. Global Women is working to end this atrocity.
By: Robert Parham Sex trafficking exploits some 21 million people globally, including 100,000 children in the U.S. While the church has said little, we can begin to reach across the aisles to make a difference.
By: Trudy Johnson Officials in New Jersey are preparing for the onslaught of traffickers when the Super Bowl arrives on Feb. 2. Training has been provided for every segment of the population, including churches.