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.

outhouseI once had a Bible study leader explain how going to the bathroom glorified God if you were a Christian. How he arrived at this conclusion was through simply saying that anything a Christian does to advance the Kingdom glorifies God–and removing harmful wastes from your body in order to stay alive did just that.

As we explore some of the issues surrounding RE:FORM, the environment weaves an inextricable web with many other social justice issues. Some of them are complex; some of them are simple. Whether we are dipping our toes into these issues or diving headlong into them, we must realize the vast opportunities to connect the environment with current missional work our churches are doing–such as improving rural sanitation. Continue Reading »

While the issue of human trafficking can sometimes seem overwhelming, here is an exciting story about some fellow RE:FORMers who are encouraging legislators in Georgia to help care for the victims of human trafficking.

Click here to watch this report from CNN.

What are some initiatives you’re doing in your area to work with local legislators to help bring care to those who have been trafficked?