New worship album to highlight the evil of human trafficking

A NEW LIVE worship album recorded in Hull and featuring well known worship leaders from Vineyard UK including Nigel Briggs, Wendy O'Connell, Matt Chalk, Matt Turrigiano, Kate Cooke and Soose Courtney is set for release in June. 'Love Divine: Set The Captives Free' was produced by brother Dan and Matt Weeks. Vineyard Records UK have teamed up with the Stop The Traffik campaign for the album's release to draw attention to the abolition of the slave trade 200 years ago when William Wilberforce, born and bred in Hull, successfully passed the bill through parliament in 1807 and today's human trafficking where over 6,000 women and children are sold to the sex trade every year. CR

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