Working toward the prevention, release and care of those enslaved


Working towards the abolition of human slavery locally and internationally


God is justice, therefore we seek to represent this by working toward the prevention, release and care of those enslaved- both locally and internationally, knowing God is the ONE who FULLY rescues and restores.

Human trafficking is one of the largest growing criminal industries, and is present in every nation in the world. According the Global Slavery Index, it is estimated there are 45.8 million people in slavery. We have confidence that we can see that number greatly reduced in this generation by being committed to seeing rescue and restoration of the individual. This commitment comes from the deep belief that every individual has great value and worth given by God, which makes them priceless.

What we do

Priceless has 5 objectives - Prevention, Advocacy, Research, Networking, and Restoration


Priceless is committed to bringing awareness and strategies to communities and individuals “at risk” of human slavery. God does not want to see "people destroyed because of a lack of knowledge"(Hosea 4:6).


Priceless has a role to stand between those who have no voice and those in position to bring change. God's desire is that societies would no longer be blind to the issues surrounding human slavery (Isaiah 42.7).

Research and Investigation

Priceless is dedicated to gaining understanding and knowledge about the issues surrounding human slavery. We use many tools, including our vast network of relationship and experience as a Mission. We believe God wants us to use this knowledge to see transformation and change.


Priceless recognizes the good work being done in any given community and is committed to working with projects and initiatives to help those enslaved.


Priceless walks alongside those exiting a life of slavery and/or prostitution, using counselling, practical care and training as needed. God desires that people would find freedom, restoration and His design for their lives.

Worship, Prayer and Evangelism

We recognize the need for concerted prayer, worship and evangelism to be integral parts of this ministry.


We get to be a part of:
- International outreaches focused on human trafficking and prostitution
- Western Australia regional outreach
- Local outreach to women in prostitution
- Outreach in detention center
- Ministry to street kids/youth
- Community surveying in sex district
- Research
- Teaching and training
- Prayer mapping

Prevention and Outreach Resources Page

Part of our heart is to equip others to do what we do; this is a page filled with resources and information sources for YOU! It is a place to find current information about human trafficking, but also practical resources on how you and a team of people can minister into this area of need. Click Prevention and Outreach Resources to take a look!

Meet the Staff

Jen E.


About Jen

Krystal A.


About Krystal

Samantha M.


About Samantha

Brianna M.


About Brianna

Bryanna L.


About Bryanna

Madeline R.


About Madeline

Annie M.


About Annie

Kelly S.


About Kelly




Chloe M.


About Chloe

Lizzy H.


About Lizzy








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