Stop The Trafficking

There are over 20 million slaves today — more than any other point in history. Modern-day slavery or human trafficking is the selling of a human being by means of force, fraud, or coercion to be used for labor or sex. No country is immune, including our state and our own communities. The average age of entry for sex trafficking victims in the United States is 12–14 years old.

We have the opportunity to engage with our community to make a difference – through prayer, awareness events, and outreach. Consider joining us in one or more of these initiatives!


Our text-based prayer group supports local police as they engage in operations to target buyers and help victims. Texts are sent as specific requests come in, typically focused on operations targeting buyers or victims who have been identified but are not yet recovered. We ask all those who receive the text stop and pray in the moment. To join, simply text the keyword JOINSTT to 43506


We have the opportunity to reach out to those currently involved the life of exploitation as well as helping survivors of sex trafficking. Through partnerships with local organizations, we assist with practical needs and more. For more info, email Christine Erickson.

5K Event

We begin planning our annual June 5K event in the fall, and there are many opportunities to help with sponsorships, promotions, and race-day preparations. And of course, we’d love to have you join us on race day! For more info, visit or email Christine Erickson. All proceeds support anti-trafficking organizations with an emphasis on supporting the restoration of victims.