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Stopping the Traffick: A Christian Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking, Glenn Miles and Christa Foster Crawford, eds. (Regnum Books, 2014)

Stopping the Traffick CoverThis cutting-edge book brings together practical advice and strategic insight from more than 40 global experts and experienced practitioners who thoughtfully explore how best to answer these questions and more. 

Stopping the Traffick is for everyone who wants to go beyond merely knowing that something must be done to a deeper understanding of how we can more effectively bring an end to exploitation.

Paperback version available in the UK from Regnum and in the US from Wipf and Stock. eBook version available from Amazon, Kindle and eBook Store.


So You Want to Rescue Child Sex Slaves? What You Should Know Before You Begin (Smashwords, 2012) https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/ChristaCrawford

Based on more than a decade of experience and research, this resource introduces the basic essential information needed to respond to child sex slavery, sex trafficking and other forms of sexual exploitation. It explains the key elements of the problem, examines the essentials of effective responses, and offers practical advice and guidance for getting started or improving your existing response.


Also Available

“A Bruised Reed He Will Not Break: How Trauma Crushes a Child’s Spirit and How God Gently Restores” (Unpublished – contact us for a copy)

Combatting Human Trafficking in Asia: A Resource Guide to International and Regional Legal Instruments, Political Commitments and Recommended Practices (United Nations, 2003) http://www.unescap.org/publications/detail.asp?id=841

“Cultural, Economic and Legal Factors Underlying Trafficking in Thailand and Their Impact on Women and Girls from Burma” (Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender, Vol. 12, No. 3, Summer 2006) http://www.thailawforum.com/articles/Trafficking-in-Thailand%20.html

“Duty, Obligation and Prostitution: How Family Matters in Entry into and Exit from Prostitution in Thailand” (Book Chapter in Family and Faith in Asia: The Missional Impact of Social Networks, Editor: Paul De Neui, William Carey Library, 2010) http://missionbooks.org/williamcareylibrary/product.php?productid=680

“Going from Spiritual Harm to Spiritual Healing”, (Book Chapter in Healing for Hurting Hearts: A Handbook for Counseling Children and Youth in Crisis, Editor: Phyllis Kilbourn, CLC Books, 2013) http://crisiscaretraining.org/product/healing-hurting-hearts-dr-phyllis-kilbourn-single/

“Hidden in Plain Sight: How Seeing Child Sexual Exploitation Only as Trafficking into Brothels Blinds Us to the Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Street Children” (Unpublished – contact us for a copy)

“Human Trafficking: Children and the Sex Trade” (Book Chapter in Toward a Biblical Framework for Understanding God’s Heart for Children, Editors: Doug McConnell, Paul Stockley, and Jennifer Orona, World Vision Resources, 2007) http://www.worldvisionresources.com/understanding-gods-heart-children-p-343.html

“Keeping the Captives Free: How Business for Transformation Can Create Sustainable Jobs for Survivors of Human Trafficking and Prostitution” (Journal of Asian Mission, Spring 2012) http://agstphil.org/jam.htm http://businessasmission.com/resources/journal-asian-mission/

“Legal Issues and Child Protection Issues” (Book Chapter in Offering Healing and Hope to Children in Crisis: Training the Trainer Module, Editor: Phyllis Kilbourn, CCTI, Forthcoming)

“Leveling the Paths of Discipleship: The Need for Healing and Transformation in Discipling the Sexually Exploited and Trafficked” (Journal of Asian Mission, Fall 2012) http://agstphil.org/jam.htm

So You Want to Rescue Child Sex Slaves? What You Should Know Before You Begin (Smashwords, 2012) https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/ChristaCrawford

Stopping the Traffick: A Christian Response to Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking, Glenn Miles and Christa Foster Crawford, eds. (Regnum Books, 2014) http://www.ocms.ac.uk/regnum/list.php?cat=1

“Understanding the Holistic Impact of Sexual Exploitation on Children’s Health and Development” (Unpublished – contact us for a copy)

“What is Holistic Child Development?” (Barnabas Letter, Vol. 7, No. 3, Crisis Care Training International, 2010) http://crisiscaretraining.org/wp-content/downloads/barnabas.7.3.final.pdf


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