Globally, over 40 million people live in some form of slavery today because of human trafficking.
Understanding the magnitude of this issue, the darkness at its core, and the spiritual warfare that surrounds it, we began the One Girl Prayer Initiative to find a person to spiritually adopt each of the estimated nearly 30,000 girls trafficked from Nepal and Bangladesh each year. Since then, we have seen thousands of lives saved from trafficking and watched our work grow to expand into new countries including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi, India, Kenya, Uganda, Benin, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, and Ghana.
We believe that prayer plays a major role in the eradication of this injustice, and we invite you to commit to pray for one girl. Join One Girl and receive text messages from the field with interception updates and specific prayer requests.
Then, head over to our store and get a unique One Girl prayer bracelet handcrafted by Nepali women. Each bracelet is associated with a girl we have intercepted from being trafficked. The black band represents the darkness and bondage of trafficking. The stone represents your "adopted girl," and its golden color represents God's light of hope.