Gospel for Asia Observes Labor Day September 2, 2019
Industry: Non Profit
Pray That Their Labor Is Not in Vain
WILLS POINT, Texas (PRUnderground) August 30th, 2019
Labor Day has been celebrated by Americans on the first Monday in September since 1894. Labor Day has become the unofficial last day of summer. Picnics, hot dogs, parades, and fireworks. Only a few continue to observe the day in recognition of the rights of laborers and to remember those who labored to build this great nation.
Workers in Bonded Labor
Millions of men, women, and children around the world are entrapped in bonded labor. Abject poverty has made them vulnerable to schemes that promise a job and an opportunity to work themselves out of debt and provide for their families.
Young children are lured into cotton fields, tobacco farms, brick kilns, factories, and ore mines. They are exposed to dangerous, life-threatening conditions. They are slaves to amoral schemes that, in fact, ensure cheap labor for the business owners but offer little reward and no escape.
Praying for the Workers
Gospel for Asia calls for Christians to set aside time throughout the day on September 2nd, Labor Day 2019, to remember and pray for laborers around the world who are disheartened and are held in bondage to a life of misery.
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About GFA World
GFA World (gospelforasia.net) is a leading faith-based global mission agency, helping national workers bring vital assistance and spiritual hope to millions across the world, especially in Africa and Asia, and sharing the love of God. In a typical year, this includes thousands of community development projects that benefit downtrodden families and their children, free medical camps conducted in more than 880 villages and remote communities, over 4,800 clean water wells drilled, over 12,000 water filters installed, income-generating Christmas gifts for more than 163,000 needy families, and teaching to provide hope and encouragement in 110 languages in 14 nations through broadcast ministry. GFA World has launched programs in Africa, starting with compassion projects in Rwanda. For all the latest news, visit the Press Room at https://gfanews.org/news.