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Vulnerable testimonial 3

Andy Whisenant | Jan 9th

“‘God doesn’t need your good works,’ says Martin Luther ‘but your neighbor does.’ This oft-quoted saying brings to mind a radical notion—that In Christ, We are free from our own frenzied preoccupation with saving ourselves and instead are set free to love our neighbors. In his book, Vulnerable: Rethinking Human Trafficking, Raleigh Sadler explains that human traffickers often prey upon those most vulnerable. The practical insights offered in this book will guide you as you discover how to respond to the injustice around you while the focus on the gospel will remind you why you want to do it in the first place.”


Elyse Fitzpatrick, Author of Finding the Love of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation