As the church, we can take people from a place of vulnerability and isolation, to a place of connection, where they thrive.
Let My People Go is dedicated to building a network of well-equipped churches capable of loving those most vulnerable in their churches and communities. Practically, this "love" is evidenced throughout the congregation as the church identifies, empowers, protects, and includes those who traffickers would normally target.
Let My People Go is committed to empowering the local church to discover the unique mission to which God has called it. While any church can begin a ministry to the vulnerable, not every church can actually sustain this ministry overtime. For this reason, Let My People Go paces with each church as they aim to empower their congregation to care for the hurting in their respective communities.
Our strategy is to introduce an innovative framework that is both congregational and collaborative, with the Gospel as its motive; offering training, support, coaching, networking and resourcing. In our approach, we are flexible and multi-faceted, empowering churches to identify those most vulnerable in their communities.
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The Let My People Go Experience is essentially an "anti-trafficking bootcamp," with the goal of equipping church mission teams and university students to fight human trafficking by loving those who are vulnerable. Whether your group comes for 3 or 5 days, each attendee will receive on-the-ground training in NYC that will equip them to better care for those who are hurting in your own community.
At Let My People Go, we are always looking for driven, professional, Gospel-motivated people passionate about fighting human trafficking by loving those most vulnerable. As an ever-growing team, we are consistently looking for those who are passionate about mobilizing the local church.
LMPG is currently taking applications for motivated and justice-minded volunteers and interns. Use the link below to apply.