Victims are crying out for deliverance and help. Will we hear? Will we act?
Victims are crying out for deliverance and help. Will we hear? Will we act?

R12Two News / 05 MAR 2015 – On March 20, 21, 2015 the 15th Preventing Abuse Conference protecting children, women and families from human trafficking, exploitation, drug cartels, moral collapse, pornography, Internet dangers and more will be held in Santa Ana, CA.

During the conference the Family Protection Awards will be presented to:

  • The Parents Television Council, Tim Winter, President
  • The Salt and Light Council, Dran Reese Founder/President
  • The Pacific Justice Institute, Brad Dacus, President
  • The Salvation Army

Previous awardees include U.S. Senator Charles Grassley, Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and Noreen Gosch mother of kidnap victim Johnny Gosch.

The conference subjects include: Human trafficking, child abduction, Internet safety, drug cartels, pornography, moral collapse of the culture and entertainment, victimization of children, and more.

For over ten years The Preventing Abuse Conferences have expanded awareness and even assisted in the rescue of victims.

Through broad outreaches the Preventing Abuse Conferences bring together a broad coalition of parents, civic leaders, educators, churches, law enforcement, public policy and pro family groups, government leaders and more

The presenters are among the top in their respective fields. For a list of speakers, go to www.preventingabuse.org. The theme of the conference is to educate about the problems and as well as focus on solutions.

Tony Nassif, Founder and President, of the Preventing Abuse Foundation states, “These problems and suffering stem from elements of evil and must be strongly addressed. We are given a moral mandate from Jesus Christ to set the captives free and bring justice to the unjust.”

He continues saying that “These issues are neither liberal nor conservative, Republican or Democrat but they are a human issue with a spiritual dynamic.”

As you read this release, victims are crying out for deliverance and help. Will we hear? Will we act?

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