'House of Grace' Rescuing Thai Girls from Sex Trade

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Thailand has become a hub for sex trafficking in southeast Asia.
Most victims are tribal girls who are sold by their families to get out of debt or because they can't afford to care for them.

Global Servants is a U.S. missions ministry that's saving potential victims through its House of Grace home in Chang Mai.

Since 1988, the House of Grace has served as a refuge for tribal girls at risk of being sold into the sex trade.

Hundreds of girls in northern Thailand have become educated, independent, women of God because of the ministry.

Click play to see Efrem Graham's interview with Global Servants President Mark Rutland about the House of Grace.

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