The Salvation Army Annual Day of Prayer


Poster - Annual Day of Prayer 2016

SEE ALSO: Human Trafficking | Day of Prayer | How You Can Help | If You Suspect

On Sunday, September 25, 2016, The Salvation Army will hold an annual day of prayer for victims of human trafficking. Salvation Army congregations around the world will pray for all those affected by trafficking—victims, traffickers and service providers.

Resources to mark the day, including a Bible study, sermon outline, prayer, video resources and materials for children, are now available on The Salvation Army’s international website. A variety of posters featuring this year’s theme, “Speak Out – Give Hope!”, have been created in English, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese. A version of the poster without words is also available to allow for further translations.

To read more about The Salvation Army’s response to human trafficking, click here.

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