Pleroma Home for Girls

Pleroma Home for GirlsPleroma Home for Girls was started in 2011 to create a safe haven for girls under 18, who have been or are at high risk for becoming victims of sexual abuse or trafficking. It is one of our Pleroma Missions in Cambodia.

The Home provides holistic care through counseling, education, and vocational training to help the girls heal physically, emotionally, socially, and intellectually. Since its creation, Pleroma Home for Girls has ministered close to 40 girls.

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Annual Weekend of Prayer and Fasting for the Victims of Sexual Trafficking

Please participate this prayer in any way or anytime that work for you. The resources provided here have been developed to help Christians bring the issue of sexual trafficking before their churches any time of the year - whether as part of the prayer and fasting weekend activities or at other times - through a variety of methods such as sermon outlines, church bulletin inserts, Bible studies, and prayer guides

FiCF northern fellowship group will spend 20 minutes to pray for this special needs on 9/19. Please join us or contact us here.


The Salvation Army, IAST and FAAST sponsor this event because we ardently believe that success in the battle against trafficking comes "not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit" (Zechariah 4:6).

We understand that in this battle we wrestle "against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms" (Ephesians 6:12).



Sex trafficking is the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provisioning, or obtaining of a person for the purpose of a commercial sex act.


  • The average age of entry into prostitution in the U.S. is 12. (Source: Shared Hope International, )
  • A high prevalence of foreign-born women in a country's sex industry is highly indicative of international sex trafficking.
  • Many adult women in prostitution experience physical and psychological coercion, physical abuse, and torture that classify them as victims of severe forms of sex trafficking.
  • Victims of sex trafficking are trafficked into various forms of commercial sexual exploitation such as prostitution, pornography, and stripping.


  • Pray for those who are trafficked.
    Ask God to protect them. Pray for their freedom from trafficking. Pray for healing and restoration through Christ's love.
  • Pray for the governments, NGOs and people fighting human trafficking.
    Pray that they depend on God's strength, guidance, and wisdom. Pray that His Spirit will give them perseverance in the fight. Pray for vision and unity.
  • Pray for justice.
    Pray that God brings justice to sex traffickers and raise up officials that are committed to justice.
  • Pray for your heart.
    Ask the Holy Spirit to help you live a life of purity. Ask that He will increase your compassion for those who are trafficked.


Respond not out of pity or guilt; respond because Christ's love compels us to
respond; respond because you believe in the power of prayer. Above all, respond
because you want to love like Jesus did.

For Prayer Weekend resources go to:




Pleroma Mission