For many years since Roe vs. Wade legalized the taking of innocent, pre-born life, fervent prayer warriors have beseeched the heavenlies. They have picketed. They have counseled. They have marched. They have loved and they have cried. They have tasted victory and they have tested defeat. Yet they persevere and believe.

A new tragedy is finally receiving news coverage: the selling, stealing and enslaving of young women in what is being called “human trafficking.” People are praying. They are publicizing. They are educating. And once again they are weeping.

Voices for those without a voice. Voices for those whose cries are not heard.

“Remember the prisoners, as though you were in prison with them, and the mistreated, as though you yourselves were suffering bodily.” Hebrews 13:3