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Project Rescue ministers to over


individuals who are trapped in exploitation or are survivors.

There are over

40.3 million

persons being exploited by human trafficking—

25% are children, and 75% are women.

Project Rescue has ministry sites in

18 cities across 10 countries.

To learn more about Project Rescue, visit ctl.ag.org and watch our video.

CAMPUS MISSIONARIES Below are a few testimonies from some of our campus missionaries. Training students to be campus missionaries and see their school as their mission field is building the Kingdom of God one student at a time.

Campus Missionary Christian Bullard Christian, pictured on the left, wanted to start a Youth Alive club at his school this year. Multiple times he was held off by administration and was finally told that his school was a closed district, meaning new clubs would not be allowed. With encouragement, he continued to witness to friends and to not worry about the fact that he could not have an official club. God honored his faithful witness. In the picture with Christian is Sam. Christian led Sam to the Lord at school this year. Sam said, “My whole life has totally changed around, and I am a new person.” We serve a faithful God.

Campus Missionary MaryLana Nix I grew up in church and was saved at a young age, but I didn't have a growing relationship with God until I started high school. Jesus has changed my whole life around. I became a campus missionary because God planted a purpose in my heart. I want to pursue Him with all I have and help classmates from my school who are bound by addictions. I want to promote Jesus' love, grace, and mercy! My favorite Scripture

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Profile for Light for the Lost

June 2018 LFTL Spotlight  

June 2018 LFTL Spotlight