Blaine Boyer, relief pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers, spent ten days in November 2015 in Southeast Asian brothels, wearing a hidden camera and doing undercover work to help rescue underage sex slaves.
Working through a nonprofit called the Exodus Road, Boyer, and good friend Adam LaRoche, conducted surveillance in brothels and tried to determine the age of the girls.
When asked why he would participate in such unique behavior and risk his life for people he barely knew, Boyer said, “It was an easy choice to make. The simple answer to that is it has everything to do with our faith and God. I feel like we were compelled, and I feel like it was a stirring in our hearts. This is a fight that is going on.” –Jim L. Wilson and Eric Gibbs
Micah 6:8 (HCSB) “Mankind, He has told you what is good and what it is the LORD requires of you: to act justly, to love faithfulness, and to walk humbly with your God.”