In Plain Sight: Stories of Hope and Freedom, a documentary film being executive produced and narrated by Christian singer and human trafficking activist Natalie Grant, seeks to raise awareness of the thousands of women and children who are forced, coerced, or deceived into the commercial sex trade each year in the United States.
Benefitting the work of Abolition International, the campaign centers around three resources including a documentary film, compilation worship album, and a 31 day devotional / group study guide – all three to be released into stores and online by Word Entertainment in 2014.
Journeying to five US cities, the documentary will help five unsuspecting families open their eyes to what’s happening down the street “in plain sight”. In addition, stories of hope and freedom will be shared as Abolition International aftercare homes are profiled in each of the five cities.
Learn more at Joseph Carson’s Breathecast article: Natalie Grant to Executive Produce Documentary on Sex Trafficking.
Natalie Grant was the recipient of the Sisters of Divine Providence 2012 Bishop Ketteler Award for Social Justice for her passionate commitment to fighting the atrocities of human trafficking and the child sex trade, her dedication to living out her faith, and her commitment to “making God’s Providence more visible in our world.”