New translations to save our sisters

With the Russian edition of Save our Sisters; An Action Guide for Helping Girls and Women at Risk Worldwide already in circulation, OM EurAsia Support Team (OM EAST) is preparing to publish this book in a further six languages: Albanian, Bosnian, Georgian, Hungarian, Romanian and Serbian.

Save our Sisters exposes injustices and human rights violations. In Ukraine, the Russian publication has captured the attention of doctors, pastors and church prayer groups. “This is a great resource!” exclaimed the head of a Ukrainian regional department dealing with human trafficking to an OM partner. “It gives statistics that are not available in our country and it’s very helpful to have contact details of other organisations addressing similar issues.”  

As new translations go to print, OM EAST and their partners hope it opens people’s eyes to exploitation in their own countries and beyond, motivating them to be part of prevention or rescue.  
“It is my fervent hope that the disturbing facts will spur readers into action. For many the most obvious and powerful first response will be intercession, but groups and individuals are also urged to take the suggested ‘Action Steps,’” Author D. Meroff writes. 

Please pray that as ‘Save our Sisters’ is distributed throughout Eastern Europe and the Balkans, God would lead each reader to know how they should respond. Please pray it will serve as a catalyst for intervention on behalf of those who have no voice.  

View: Russian edition of 'Save our Sisters'. 

 

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