Last Sunday, I mentioned my classmate Sarah Warnock’s post on sex-slavery in the US. That was first part. She has now posted the second part and presents some question-reflections:

How can families protect their children from being abducted? How can teachers and child care professionals become aware of predators and victimized children? How can someone like me, a single, childless student of theories about God and religion do anything but cry out to my God asking, “WHY!?!”

These are good places to begin.

Read “Slavery in the US: A Mother’s Story (Part 2)” here.