Equip Your Church to Fight Human Trafficking
Compassion, Action, Evangelism
The church has the opportunity to stop human trafficking through compassion, action, and evangelism. At AIM, our holistic approach and the power of the gospel have led to 1,000 rescues and a 97% healthy reintegration rate so survivors stay safe and out of the hands of traffickers.
Churches from around the world help fight human trafficking through all aspects of our holistic approach. Teams come back to Cambodia year after year to serve at Kid's Club, build homes for the community, and provide expertise within their skillset to our many programs. In addition, financial support can lead to incredible impact. See some of our church partner success stories and ways to get involved below.
Watch how some of our church partners have joined the fight to stop human trafficking
Bayside Church helped launch our SWAT team at their Christmas Eve services in 2014. To date, we have rescued over 1,000 victims of trafficking thanks to the support of Bayside’s congregation.
Bethel Church has empowered countless women over the years by ordering thousands of shirts that were made by survivors of human trafficking at our employment centers.
“It is unique to find an organization that partners so well with the local church and offers complete transparency. This has been the relationship between AIM and Bethel since we first came together in 2010. We have had the distinct privilege of joining every aspect of AIM’s ministry and helping impact their mission to Prevent sex trafficking, and work to Rescue, Restore and Reintegrate survivors. Together we share the same objective of transforming communities from the inside out. Bethel often refer to it as “the A, B, C’s”. Together we want to advance God’s mission of Aiding victims, Building churches, and Changing culture.”
– Scott Godwin, Bethel Cambodia Lead