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This talk will take place on Friday 23rd October at 7pm Nagahara station.
Youth With A Mission, Tokyo, would like to invite you to an evening of prayer on behalf of a very serious issue facing women and children around the world: sexual trafficking and slavery of women and children. Photographer Susi Childers with Voice for the Voiceless, a ministry of Youth With A Mission, will share through photographs and stories the plight of these victims. Please join us on Friday evening, October 23rd, to learn more and respond in prayer. Please feel free to invite others.  There is no cost involved.
Location: Fountain of Life Church  (Church website with map: )
Address: 1-12-5 Kami-ikedai, Toko Building 4F, Ota-ku  (one minute walk from Nagahara station)
Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Also, please visit these websites to learn more:

The ministry of Voice for the Voiceless: or:

There are also two other meetings in Tokyo:

Sumida Bible Church (Oct.22):

Charity Concert (Oct.30) :


YWAM Tokyo


ドイツ出身の写真家、スージ チルダーズ氏が来日し、彼女の写真を紹介しながら「声なき者たち」の実情を分かち合います。どうぞお友達といっしょにお集まりください。共に祈りましょう。
祈り会 いのちの泉キリスト教会
日時:10月23日 午後7時
場所: 〒145-0064 東京都大田区上池台1-12-5東興(長原)ビル4階 ( )
墨田聖書教会 「声なき者たちの声」を聴く特別イベント
墨田区墨田3-19-4 電話:3619-0195  東武伊勢崎線「鐘カ淵駅」下車、徒歩7分
チャリテイーコンサート 玉川聖学院谷口ホール
世田谷区奥沢7-11-22 東横線「自由が丘駅」下車、徒歩6分
問い合わせ:090-4414-4237, 090-4835-3090

{August 31, 2009}   Voice for the Voiceless concert

This classical concert will take Place on October 30th. The money raised will go to the charity A Voice for the Voiceless set up by photographer Susi Childers. Focusing on Africa they are involved with making a documentary, fundraising and awareness raising through creativity, action and prayer. Nearest Station Tamagawa Seigajuin. Tickets 2500 yen or 1500 for students and children. 

From their website

Every year according to UNICEF, more than 1 million children enter the oldest trade in the world, prostitution. From the age of three, people rape and abuse them to break their wills. They are forced to prostitute their innocence to pay off debt to their owners and other commodities like rent, food and clothing. They are refugees. War and genocide displace millions of people. Take the Saharawi for example. 27 Years ago they were ejected from their homeland for the minerals and fisheries. For 27 years they have lived outcast and alone. For 27 years they have cried for justice, yet the vast expanse of the hostile Sahara mutes their cry.

et cetera