One month after Super Bowl 52, pastors and church representatives are invited to a breakfast to debrief on anti-trafficking efforts following the big game.
Sgt. Grant Snyder of the Minneapolis Police Department’s Human Trafficking task force, will be leading the discussion, including an overview of what took place during Super Bowl 52, and will compel the church to be at the center of local anti-trafficking efforts in rescuing victims, and also in restoring perpetrators.
“This isn’t a problem of more resources or more handcuffs. I think this is a sin problem, and we know the right solution for sin is to turn your eyes to the Gospel,” said Sgt. Snyder.
Hear from a panel of key players in the anti-trafficking movement and meet with vendors from local anti-trafficking organizations, plus receive:
- Clear action steps to move beyond the Super Bowl
- Networking opportunities with other churches
- Practical on-ramps for working with existing anti-trafficking organizations
For more information or to coordinate your attendance with St. Peter’s representatives, contact Faith Rattei, Community Outreach Director.
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