In this clarion call to end modern-day slavery—it is estimated that 27 million people are enslaved today—the authors share how God led them to become abolitionists. Stymied by excuses and the fear of what they were getting into, both women nevertheless were compelled to act when “God spoke to our depths and reminded us that he is with the brokenhearted.” Refuse to Do Nothing delineates the shapes and causes of modern-day slavery and provides readers with numerous tips on how to become an abolitionist, no matter what your circumstances or position in life. Helpful reflection questions wrap up each chapter. (InterVarsity)
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