In the last decade, the plight of human trafficking has caught the national media’s attention. Without a doubt, you have probably heard of this tragedy. It is now commonplace to learn about organizations solely devoted to snuff out trafficking efforts or pray them out of existence. Established organizations are also highlighting their efforts to combat modern day slavery. Every day new ministries are springing up all across the globe to help women leave the sex industry. Sexual exploitation has taken center stage. Much of our attention has been drawn to what is happening abroad, but the problem is here as well.