Paraguay (MNN/E3) — Nelson Mandela, the South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, was quoted as saying, “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.”
Anymore, that’s the war cry of people working to stop human trafficking. In fact, for E3 Resources, they’re working to end human slavery by getting in front of it through prevention.
How? Through the Priceless Cube–a seven-panel, puzzle cube that unfolds and flips to reveal images that emphasize key elements to understand Human Trafficking. The Cube covers the value of human life and dignity, as well as prevention techniques. It’s a proven educational model that uses the oldest form of communication: storytelling. PricelessCube can be used anywhere to raise awareness to help save the next victim from predators.
More than being armed with the knowledge, Christ instructs His followers to share their knowledge. E3 Resources has a plan for that, too: mission trips, where participants can put feet to faith.
In fact, from July24-31, a team will be in the hidden jewel of South America: Paraguay. It is a country of incredible beauty…and even more incredible opportunities to see people come to faith in Christ.
The government is in full support of E3’s ministry efforts. The team will be sharing Christ openly– in homes, on the streets, in the parks, in public schools, jails, and hospitals.
In addition, God has given to the Paraguyan people an unparalled hunger for the truth of the Gospel. They know of religion, but they are desperate for a personal relationship with God. E3’s goal is to lead people to Christ, to teach them how to share their new-found faith with others, to teach them how to read and understand the Bible, and to mentor them as they teach and train others.
Trips are also slated for September and October to Ethiopia and Thailand. Teams are still forming for the November and December trips which include Indochina, Thailan, and Ethiopia. 2016 trips are also listed at this link.
Are you ready to be a world changer? Start your journey here.