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September 6, 2018

Connecting Faith 9-6-18 | Anonymous Words | Raleigh Sadler of Let My People Go

What affect does an anonymous hit piece have and how can it be corroborated? The anonymous opinion piece in the New York Times by a senior official in the White House is an opening to a conversation about accepting responsibility for our words, being ready with factual support and allowing the accused to face the accuser. For the Christian, it is also a conversation about representing Jesus Christ.

Raleigh Sadler is the founder and executive director of Let My People Go, an organization committed to eradicating human trafficking by equipping local churches to identify and engage with the most vulnerable among us. Raleigh talks about vulnerability – seeing it, identifying with it, and applying the Gospel as a long-term solution.

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