Christine Caine Says the Fastest Way to End Sex Trafficking is for People to Stop Watching Porn and Shows Like “Game of Thrones”

International evangelist Christine Caine said the quickest way to end the sex trafficking epidemic is for people to stop consuming pornography and watching shows like HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”

Speaking last week during the Heaven Come conference, a worship gathering in Los Angeles, Caine told the audience, “I’ll tell you how to stop human trafficking, sex trafficking overnight: If people stop watching porn. … Just stop it.”

“Here I am trying to put traffickers in jail and you’re watching ‘Game of Thrones,’” she continued, referring to the show’s graphic nudity, Fox News reports.

She challenged Christians who claim to watch the show just to be “culturally relevant,” asking, “How’s that going to work with a trafficker?”

The Australian evangelist leads the anti-trafficking ministry A21, which operates in 15 countries. The organization prosecutes traffickers and rescues victims in addition to focusing on combating slavery. According to A21, human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world, generating more than $150 billion every year.

Many types of pornography, Caine warned, are actually products of sex trafficking.

“Nothing is free,” she said. “Porn costs somebody.”

When believers surrender their lives to Christ, it affects everything they do, from what they watch to where they place their passion, she declared.

“The issue is not whether you are going to die, 100 percent we’re all going to die,” Caine said. “The issue is will you live the life God put you on this Earth to live. Will you step up into your God-given purpose and your God-given destiny and stop playing it safe, and stop living small, and start believing your God is huge and He’s able to do so much more than you give him credit for?”

In addition to leading A21, Caine heads Propel, a women’s organization dedicated to helping women realize their purpose, passion, and potential.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leah MarieAnn Klett