Join a movement of churches across the nation living out their faith by supporting survivors of human trafficking & sexual exploitation!
WAYS TO PARTNER
DEDICATE A SUNDAY
When the church moves, it brings change. By dedicating a Sunday to the cause of NTSA, you can educate your congregation on God’s heart for justice and empower your church family to impact survivors for Christ both locally and across the nation!
ATTEND A DOMESTIC MISSION TRIP
Our anti-trafficking mission trip is a one-of-a-kind learning & immersion
experience your church can join. The goal of this trip is to learn from and minister to those who serve survivors of trafficking as well as understand one of the world’s most grievous forms
of oppression and how to respond as followers of Jesus.
HOST AN EVENT
As a community and a gathering place, you can support the cause of supporting survivors by hosting a conference or regional event! Present an opportunity for your church family to serve those on the front lines of this fight by providing a space for NTSA to train, encourage, & equip those in the anti-trafficking field!
REQUEST A SPEAKER
Is your faith community aware of domestic human trafficking? Do you want your congregation to understand where they best fit into this movement? Request an NTSA speaker for keynote presentations, group
talks, panel discussions, workshops, or training.
CELEBRATE HOPE WITH US!
Did you know that January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month? This January, you’re invited to join NTSA and churches across the nation in our Celebration of Hope! This is an opportunity for your church to join God’s work of bringing hope & restoration to survivors of trafficking & exploitation. When you dedicate a Sunday to NTSA this January, we’ll provide you with a guest speaker or customizable resources to empower your congregation to take action. Your church’s involvement will enable us to advance the work we do. It will allow us to reach more survivors with quality care. It will help us resource more programs across the country. It will defend the rights of the afflicted and let the oppressed go free.
Join us as we celebrate the hope found in Jesus & the hope of a future of freedom for survivors.