January-February 2020 – 1. Bring awareness to the pornography epidemic. Church leaders and teachers can enlighten teens on the dangers and consequences of pornography and teach the importance of how Christ views His children with respect and worth.
2. Have well-trained staff and counselors available. Qualified individuals who are available to talk with victims increase the chance for stability and hope for a brighter future.
3. Organize conferences discussing the need to end pornography and protect women and children. When churches fight these issues together, they do so for the good of every victim in the human trafficking world.
4. Incorporate a no-nonsense policy for leaders and staff. Leadership and other staff members must be held to a high standard and must remind employees that buying sex or viewing pornography will not be tolerated.