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January 26, 2007

And the winner is . . .

Each year PFM honors a man or woman who models the life and legacy of William Wilberforce -- a person who applies biblical truth to right wrongs, overcome adversity, uphold human dignity and work towards redeeming, in some way, a piece of what has gone wrong with the world. It is fitting that on the 200th anniversary of Wilberforce's achievement in abolishing the slave trade in the British Empire, Gary Haugen of International Justice Mission, who has devoted his time and energy to fighing modern-day slavery and human oppression, is honored as this year's recipient. Click on today's BreakPoint commentary to read more about Gary, IJM, and what you can do to "loose the chains of injustice."

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