Every year, more than four million women and children around the globe are trafficked into prostitution and slavery. The sex slave trade has particularly devastating effects on girls and young women in India. In A Sari Society, author Mackey Hooper presents a diary of her experiences working with Rahab?s Rope in India, helping women and girls who had been forced into brothels for sex trafficking.
Beginning in the summer of 2008, Hooper?s journal follows her daily activities as she tries to provide education and hope to the women who felt the pain, degradation, loneliness, and hopelessness associated with sexual slavery. Through her entries, she shows the transformation that began to take place as some of the women realized they had an opportunity to change their circumstances and that God was on their side.
A Sari Society presents an inspiring message of Hooper?s story as she fulfills a lifelong devotion to God by helping recovering victims in India. It communicates that through the introduction of Jesus Christ, women who once faced hopeless situations can attain better lives.