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If you can’t make it to the RE:FORM Conference, you can watch main sessions live as well as interact with conference presenters in online video chat interviews. To get signed up for these online events, register here.

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Vineyard Boise pastor Tri Robinson explains the vision of RE:FORM and the heart behind this growing network of like-minded and like-hearted Christians.

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Love 146 founder Rob Morris shares about the history of abolitionists who got things done in bringing about reformation in regards to human slavery … and challenges us to think about what we can do. Learn more at about Love 146.

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Love 146 founder Rob Morris shares about some practical steps being taken to prevent human trafficking through education and thoughtful ideas. Learn more about Love 146.

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Love 146 founder Rob Morris dispels the myth that you are alone in your passion to stop human injustice in your church community. Hear Rob share some of his ideas on how to engage others in your church in this mission.

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While we will be sharing what others are doing outside the RE:FORM community regarding the seven areas of world crisis we are focusing on, we will also be regularly highlighting RE:FORMers who are making a difference in their primary work area.

This week, we’ll be profiling Love 146 founder Rob Morris in a three-part series that will examine why he got involved in this issue, why this issue is so important and how churches and individuals can get involved. Rob has an amazing story and we invite you to capture his passion for the issue of human trafficking and share this with others.

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New York Times columnist Nicolas D. Kristof takes a look at the world of slave trade through the lens of a victim, asking the question in this video, “If this isn’t slavery, what is?”

After watching this video, please share with other reformers what you’re doing to fight human trafficking among your community of Christians.

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