On February 12, 2015, Dr. Oleg Turlac participated in the “Emancipation Forum” that took place at Beeson Divinity School of Samford University, Turlac’s Alma Mater (located in Birmingham, Alabama, U.S.A.). He is 1999 Master of Divinity and 2006 Doctor of Ministry graduate of Beeson. The forum was organized by Samford’s Global Centre and Birmingham-based WMU Foundation.
Together with founder of Birmingham-based the “Well House” Tajuan McCarthy and Professor of Law at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University David Smolin, Oleg Turlac participated in discussion about forms of trafficking and measures, which Christians can undertake to combat prostitution, slave trade and organ harvesting.
presentation, Oleg Turlac shared about his experiences of working with trafficked women and also about preventive work among teen girls. He cited relational aspect of working with victims of human trafficking and Christian faith component as key ingredients leading to successful ministry. While answering questions, Turlac suggested that it would be of benefit if seminaries and theological schools would introduce a course or perhaps a whole track into counseling programs that they offer to students.
In the evening of Feb. 12, Global Centre held a reception for Oleg and Turlac Mission, which was attended by Beeson faculty and students, friends and supporters of global missions. Turlac had an opportunity to meet Global Centre’s Director Dr. David Parks and discuss with him potential joint mission opportunities.
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