Bethany Hoang – Story 2011

September 15, 2011

Bethany Hoang serves as Director of the IJM Institute for International Justice Mission. IJM is a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression.

Human trafficking is the 2nd largest and now the fasting growing black market crime on the market.
Drugs run out, but human beings can be used over and over again.
There are more slaves today, than their was slaves traded 400 years ago in the transatlantic slave trading industry.
Millions of girls and tens of billions of dollars are involved in today’s slave trade industry.

There is a game changer!
What determines who gets a chance in this world and who doesn’t?

Can we actually begin to stop the sale of children and women, if anti trafficking laws are being enforced by trained local government and local police?
After four years, they say hundreds of children rescued in the Philippines.

How might you strategically use your own creative expertise and influence to lead and shape this justice movement and end slavery.
To not just be a justice fad, but to be a movement that last forever, it must be ground in the Bible.