PressPause p.s.46.10 is a pilot model of ministry of Stonecroft Ministry based in Kansas City, Mo.
(Psalm 46:10 "Be still and know that I am God.")

PressPause p.s. 46.10 exists to invite people that are gathered at their work place, gym, school, park, etc. to STOP and consider the person of Jesus Christ.

PressPause p.s.46.10 organizes events that are free to those attending so that they might be encouraged and transformed by hearing the true tale of a professional Stonecroft storyteller.

Sunday, October 13, 2013


Stonecroft Volunteer Kris Driscoll invited Stonecroft Speaker Sharon Braner to Belton, MO. October 13, 2013 to South Haven Baptist Church.

The combined adult Sunday School Classes wanted to hear more about the subject of Human Trafficking as they investigate ways they can personally be involved in combating this 32 Billion dollar a year crime that is spreading across the land. (Most all those attending had never been to a Stonecroft event.)

PressPause Chair Sharon Braner presented an hour long PowerPoint presentation covering the statistics and stories of the horrific subject.
A list of "Ten Things I Can Do Now" was distributed to the group of 75.

Statistics and stories were shared and a question and answer session revealed the commitment of the group to take the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ to the dark world of modern day slavery.

Prayer, volunteering at a local shelter, lobbying lawmakers, and organizing a "Freedom from the Addiction to Pornography" were all discussed and follow-up plans were made.

The gospel was presented and Jesus was praised as the only way to be free from physical bondage as well as the bondage of sin all mankind shares.  The group prayed that God would make a way of escape for those presently held, healing and rehabilitation for the rescued and that all of us would be aware and willing to notify authorities when suspicious behavior is revealed to us.

The church is engaged, seeking God's power to help men, women and children of our communities that are suffering.

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