Since 2001, Raleigh Sadler has served in Christian ministry. Currently, he is the founder and executive director of Let My People Go, headquartered in New York City.
His passion is to see the local church fight global injustices, like human trafficking, by loving those most vulnerable. He believes that the church should be leading the way in the fight against human trafficking because the Gospel frees us to pursue justice and mercy in our communities. With this message, he has worked with churches, universities, and other collaborative organizations around the country. He believes it is the responsibility of the church to love those who are at risk of exploitation. His forthcoming book, Vulnerable: Rethinking Human Trafficking (Broadman and Holman) will become available February, 2019.