Gungor featuring KS Rhoads presented by Destiny Rescue

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

October 25, 2013 at 7:00 PM until 10:00 PM

Location: Auer Performance Hall at IPFW

Phone: 260-481-6555

Email: usa@destinyrescue.org

Link: http://www.destinyrescue.org/GUNGOR

Event Description

October 4, 2013 Updated Oct 4, 2013 at 1:14 PM EDT

Every 26 seconds a new child is forced, sold or coerced into slavery, most into the sex trade. This is a harsh reality in our world that is often ignored. Join Destiny Rescue at Auer Hall on the campus of IPFW on Friday, October 25 for an evening that will open your eyes to the reality that these little ones face and encourage you to take action in your community and your world.

“These children are having their innocence stolen in ways that most of us would find soul-destroying. I am not OK with that!” Barbara Everett, CEO Destiny Rescue USA

The program will feature performances by K.S. Rhoads and Gungor. Between musical performances David Grant will share the mission of Destiny Rescue with first hand accounts of his experience with trafficked girls in Southeast Asia. As you learn of the reality of this evil throughout the world, discover how you can join Destiny Rescue in taking action. Tickets are currently available through the IPFW box office on campus, by telephone at (260)481-6555 and online at www.ipfw.edu/tickets.

David Grant is a speaker and marketing professional with a passion to see mercy and justice expressed through people to free children from sex slavery. David joined the Destiny Rescue USA team in April of 2012 after feeling compelled to take a more active roll with Destiny Rescue during a trip to Cambodia and Thailand.

Destiny Rescue is an international organization with the goal of ending child sex trafficking in our lifetime. With projects in Thailand, Cambodia, India, Laos, Myanmar and Mozambique, Destiny Rescue is active in rescue and restoration of children who are sold, lured or forced into brothels. Destiny Rescue also does prevention work in impoverished communities where children are often highly susceptible to trafficking, helping them become independent through economic development & sustainability projects. To learn more, visit destinyrescue.org.




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