4 Questions to Ask Ourselves Before We Start Doing Anti-Trafficking Justice Work:
1.What fruit do I bear? A good tree bears good fruit, a bad tree bears bad fruit.
2. Where is my treasure? Do I treasure God above all else, even to the point of denying myself my convictions, and my deepest passions when they become on obstacle for me meeting the cause of God and what his will is.
3. Am I answering my own calling, which is indicative of the gifts God has given me, or am I pursuing another’s calling? There’s a real tendency in this movement to have an institutional jealousy of other organizations that are called to serve in a visible and impactful capacity.
4. What does my house look like? We need to take care of our own backyard in terms of lust, infidelity, marriage.
This list was presented by Sgt. Grant Snyder, of the Minneapolis Police Department’s Human Trafficking task force at our Anti-Trafficking: Post-Game Plan Breakfast on March 5, 2018.