Trending Now

Slavery Still Exist : Christian Singer Natalie Grant Joins A Campaign To End Modern Day Slavery

There are still millions of people who are victims of modern-day slavery, and Christian singer Natalie Grant is joining the struggle to end it.

Natalie Grant post

Together with the Hope for Justice and END IT movements, Grant is raising awareness of the plight of 27 million individuals who are currently suffering as a result of child labour, forced labour, and sex slavery.

“Slavery still exists. In fact, there are more slaves in the world today than at any other point in our history. Today’s slavery might look different than it does in our history books – but it’s still slavery,” she said in her Facebook page.

The singer lamented that there are millions exploited and forced to sell themselves for sex, while others are forced to work in horrific conditions. “It’s the darkest of the dark,” she described.

Grant is using her voice now to speak up for those “who’ve had their voice taken away.” She said that she wants her daughters to grow up in a world without slavery, and to free the exploited.

“Join me, Hope for Justice, END IT and other incredible freedom fighters, as together we tell the world that slavery still exists and we won’t stand for it,” she urged. “Draw an X on your hand. Take a selfie. Post it on your socials. Awareness leads to action. Join the fight.”

Link News 2 Widget 1

21 OF Us Murdered By Evil : Gospel Singer Natalie Grant Mourns The Beheading Of 21 Christians By Extremists

Christian singer Natalie Grant poured out her emotions after she heard the news of 21 Egyptian Christians being beheaded by Islamic Extremists. Natalie Grant who is a multi-Grammy nominated and a powerhouse vocalist described the execution as painful and full of tears as she passed her message of condolence to the families affected.

Natalie Grant post

Natalie said :

“Tears. Groans. Prayers.
21 “people of the cross”.
21 of us.
Murdered by evil. But received by Grace.
I imagine all of heaven stood and applauded as they were welcomed in to the arms of Jesus.
Praying for and mourning with the families. Jesus be near.

“They weren’t in love with themselves;
They were willing to die for Christ.” Rev 12:11 The Message”

The Egyptian government and the Coptic Church confirmed the authenticity of the video that purported execution and was released on Sunday.

21 christians beheaded post

It showed the Egyptian workers, all wearing orange jump suits, being beheaded near a waterfront said to be located in the Libyan province of Tripoli.

The men were seized in two attacks in December and January from the coastal town of Sirte in eastern Libya.

Natalie Grant joined other mourners across the world who were shaken by the news of the execution.

Ad Blocker Detected!

Please disable ad blocker to read our stories for Free


Log In

Or with username:

Forgot password?

Don't have an account? Register

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.