Tag: Slavery

Heart Broken

We see them. We see the gripping photos of children and parents separated from each other on the U.S. southern border. Our hearts are broken. We also hear the political arguments and the unhelpful moral grandstanding.  We see the social media posts, some from… Continue Reading “Heart Broken”

A Word (or Two) About St. Patrick

If you would like to join us as we share the Gospel of freedom in Ecuador just click on the picture of our family below!   The Downings

Slavery In Our Day

Human trafficking is the most prevalent form of modern-day slavery. The U.S. Government estimates that world wide, over 700,000 people are trafficked across borders each year.  In our own country between 14,500 and 17,500 people are trafficked into the U.S. yearly (mostly women and… Continue Reading “Slavery In Our Day”

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