LTRP Note: One of the areas Lighthouse Trails has been covering for nearly 12 years is child sex abuse (we actually believe that pedophilia is part of what we coin The Death Religion—which also includes evolution, pornography, abortion, homosexuality, mysticism, and antisemitism). We have published three books thus far on this topic: The Color of Pain (by Gregory Reid), Laughter Calls Me (by Catherine Brown), and Seducers Among Our Children (by Sergeant Patrick Crough). As Patrick Crough says in his book, adults are supposed to be the shepherd’s of children. We have a responsibility to watch over and protect them. Both Gregory Reid and Patrick Crough are involved at the law enforcement level and both are committed believers in Christ. If you are not aware of the subject of child sexual abuse, we encourage you to read these books (also a couple Booklet Tracts on the topic now too) and bring yourself up to speed. As our present society (worldwide) is growing darker (spiritually speaking) and as evil overtakes morality in many venues, we must be vigilant in protecting our children – from physical and sexual abuse as well as spiritual deception. This article below is a reminder of the existing dangers.
By Heather Clark
Christian News Network
NEW YORK – The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) reports that officials with the organization, in conjunction with over 50 law enforcement agencies in four states, rescued 16 teens—ages 13 to 17—from a life of sex trafficking surrounding the Super Bowl.
“High-profile special events, which draw large crowds, have become lucrative opportunities for child prostitution criminal enterprises,” Ron Hosko, assistant director of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division, said in a news release about the effort. “The FBI and our partners remain committed to stopping this cycle of victimization and putting those who try to profit from this type of criminal activity behind bars.”
A number of the teens that were rescued had been reported missing by their families, the organization stated, and the majority of those recovered were girls. A total of 70 people received assistance in the form of food, clothing and