In the West, Christians are more prone to attending a conference on justice rather than actually doing justice in their cities. Mark Wollenberg joins us on this week’s episode of indoubt to discuss his work with the International Justice Mission, or IJM, their mission of justice, and the issue of sex-trafficking in Canada and around the world. Bringing the Bible to the forefront, Isaac and Mark dialogue how Jesus’ teachings apply to our lives, and how we should be helping the poor, the hungry, and the hurting.
[This episode was originally aired on April 24, 2017 – Episode 067: Justice, Church, and Cyber-Sex Trafficking]
Who’s Our Guest?
Mark Wollenberg serves as IJM Canada’s National Director of Church Mobilization. In this role, Mark travels across Canada to articulate the story of IJM to Canadian churches and invite them to participate in seeking justice on behalf of the poor and vulnerable. Before joining IJM Canada, Mark most recently served as senior pastor of the North Langley Vineyard Church in Langley, BC.
- International Justice Mission
- #Notonmyscreen Campaign
- Ep. 067: Justice, Church, and Cyber-Sex Trafficking
What is Cybersex Trafficking? IJM Youtube video
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