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September 24, 2012 2:55 PM

Merlene Davis: Local minister is coordinating fund-raiser to help stop human trafficking

The Rev. Mike Cantrell started City Life Church, a new church in Lexington meeting at Tates Creek Middle School, a few months ago. Along with leading the church and being a family man, he has begun a campus ministry at the University of Kentucky and is launching an Every Nation Campus Ministry at Asbury College. And Cantrell is starting a branch of Stop Child Trafficking Now, also, and it may be the first one in Kentucky.

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