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High schoolers rise to 27-hour challenge —

By Becca Haines

Created on 09/20/2019

A worldwide injustice was lifted up in tenacious prayer by a community in Fort Scott, Kansas – for 27 straight hours.

 

 

When high schoolers Britni Addington and Levi Reichard realized they had the same challenge on their Kingdom Worker Card from MOVE last summer, they decided to team up. The challenge was to plan a 27-hour prayer event for the estimated 27 million people currently enslaved in human trafficking.


They organized the event at Community Christian Church with different prayer stations across the building with specific prayers and Scripture to help fight the injustice around the world.


“God has already done some very unexpected things,” Britni said. “We’ve had younger kids come in with their parents up to older adults. My prayer during this event is that awareness will be brought to more people because a lot of people don’t know what human trafficking is and they don’t see it’s happening around them.”

 

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