A Light in Darkness
The problem of human trafficking is all too real for tens of thousands of individuals. This book shows the Church what we can and must do to help.
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It is clear that God is passionate about justice and righteousness in His Word and in our world. With tens of millions of people in slavery today, human trafficking is one of the darkest evils of our generation. But what can we do as believers? A Light in Darkness gives a biblical foundation for the church to understand God’s call for us to pursue justice, and provides practical steps for us to demonstrate the gospel as we shine light into these dark places.
Worldwide human trafficking is a modern form of slavery that negates justice and neighbor-love in the worst possible way. God, give us ears to hear Eddie Byun’s word for our times.
A profoundly important message for the church today.
Dr. Eddie Byun was instrumental in helping ignite a flame for justice in our school and guiding our student ministries. He lives and breathes by the power of the Holy Spirit to bring awareness and action plans to battle this worldwide evil.
Dr. Terry Franson
Eddie Byun opens our eyes to the realities of human trafficking around the world.
Eddie’s book is instructive, insightful, and impactful.
Mark del Mundo
In this book, Eddie gives the Church proven methods to answer God’s command to stand with the oppressed and fight injustice.
Eddie calls the Church to pursue justice – not because it’s trendy – but because God loves justice and hates injustice. This book walks us through the path of seeking justice.
About the Author
Eddie Byun has spent twenty-five years pastoring and teaching in the United States, Canada, Australia, and South Korea. He is the author of the award winning book Justice Awakening, Praying for Your Pastor, and Praying for Your Missionary. He is also the Executive Producer of Save My Seoul, an award winning documentary on trafficking in South Korea. Currently, he is Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program and Associate Professor of Christian Ministry at Talbot School of Theology and Biola University.