I pray that you will seriously look at the evidence and stop hiding your head.  You may think that this does not affect you…but you are wrong.  This affects all of us.  These poor children are tortured mercilessly for extended periods of time and then slaughtered inhumanely and sold for their blood and body parts.  These are human beings.  Precious children. Do you think that GOD does not see?

We were given the mandate to care for the earth until he returns.  We are responsible.  If you are doing nothing to save these children, you will be held responsible.  DO anything that you can do, spread the truth, pray, support the agencies that are working to save them.  ANYTHING but hide your head.  

Update added: 2/22/21


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Know the Signs: Sex Trafficking in the Hospitality Industry

December 24, 2021


From https://ourrescue.org

Human trafficking can take place any time, anywhere in the world. Some common venues where exploitation takes place are hotels and motels. Traffickers may bring victims to hotels and motels to engage in commercial sex with paying customers. According to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, hotels and motels are frequented by traffickers because these locations include:

Easy accessibility for them and their customers

Ability to pay in cash

Lack of upkeep expenses

To help prevent such abuse, hospitality workers and patrons can learn to recognize the signs of human trafficking. Many trusted organizations that are engaged in the fight against trafficking have outlined a variety of signs to look out for. We have compiled a few signs from each of these resources; please click the links to learn more. The National Human Trafficking Hotline

Paying for their room in all cash or by prepaid card

Requesting a room with a view of the parking lot

Having many visitors in and out of the room

Frequently requesting fresh sheets and towels

Having drugs, alcohol or sex paraphanelia in their possession

Reserving multiple rooms under one name

Renting rooms for less than a day or longer than seems normal

Parking cars backwards so license plates aren’t visible

Bringing little to no possessions for an extended stay

Bringing multiple computers, cell phones, credit card payment systems, etc.

Begging hotel staff for food or other items

Loitering on the premises

Bringing excessive luggage for a short stay

Extending reservations day by day

Checking in alone but requesting multiple beds, room keys, etc.

Requesting a room away from front desk

Checking in with several women

Expressing concern about surveillance cameras or entrance policies

If you witness these signs, observe carefully and document concrete details about the situation. Then contact a human trafficking tipline or local law enforcement authorities to report what you’ve seen.

To further educate yourself on the signs of trafficking, we invite you to take our free Signs of Trafficking Training Course.