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Australian Prayer Gathering

7pm, 3 March 2018 | Sydney

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without fear


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Every year IJM gathers with our friends and supporters to do one thing: pray.


At the Australian Prayer Gathering 2018 we will be praying for the end of slavery for our most vulnerable neighbours in Southeast Asia. Millions of children, women and men in our region live in fear of violence, exploitation, slavery.


Yet Scripture teaches us that God longs for his people to live without fear. And he is at work bringing justice in the world so that this might be so.


Join us on Saturday 3 March to hear from the front lines about how God is rescuing and restoring survivors of trafficking and transforming public justice systems. Join us in praying for a world where each and every person can live as we were meant to – without fear.

7pm, 3 March 2018 | Barneys Church Broadway, Sydney

General admission: $30. Student & group rates available.


To rescue us from the hand of our enemies,
and to enable us to serve him without fear.

To rescue us from the hand of our enemies,
and to enable us to serve him without fear.

LUKE 1:74

APG 2018 Invitation


Keynote speaker

Saroeun Sek
Director of Legal, IJM Cambodia


Cambodia’s transformation reflects thousands of individual stories of change over the last 20 years. Saroeun once worked as a DJ in Martini Pub, a popular bar where girls were abused and sold for sex. He saw the plight these women faced and knew he needed to take action. Today he’s a leading attorney with International Justice Mission, helping hundreds of survivors find justice and ensuring traffickers are jailed for their crimes.


“When I walk around Phnom Penh, I can see there is more development in the buildings, the streets, the restaurants and all the people. And I can also see changes in the red-light districts. It is extremely difficult to find minors in those places now, compared to 10 years ago. I can see that it is safer for our children… I feel very privileged to be part of this change.”

Will you pray with us?