A Cry For Justice

Awakening the Evangelical Church to Domestic Violence and Abuse in its Midst

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Women’s Independence Scholarship Program

  Women’s Independence Scholarship Program (WISP)     Scholarship overview:  This scholarship is for women who have survived intimate partner abuse and have been separated from their abuser for a minimum of one year. Applicants must be full or part-time students interested in attending accredited programs at educational institutions such as state supported community colleges, …

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Thy Kingdom Come — sermon by Ps Jeff Crippen

Christ’s kingdom is here – but not yet in its fullness. If you are are genuinely in Christ then you are a citizen of His kingdom, of a country if you will that is not of this present world. The renovation of this enemy territory has begun. Thy Kingdom Come Matthew 4:12-25 ESV Ps. Jeff …

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Jeff Crippen’s sermons on Domestic Violence and Abuse – Digest

The psychology, the mindset, the attitudes, the methods, and the goals of abusive men, particularly as practiced in their marriages and families, are a crystal clear illustration of the attitudes, methods and goals of sin.   Furthermore, the way that the above man functions in his closest relationships (usually in his home) can teach us …

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Child Safety Training — by Ps Jimmy Hinton, the son of a pedophile pastor

Of people sitting in pews, 40% have been or are currently being sexually abused. Learn from the son of a pedophile how to stop them in their tracks. One is too many — 40% is unacceptable. Know their techniques! Pastor Jimmy Hinton’s life was turned upside down when a victim disclosed to him that she …

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The hypocrisy of lip service

An ancient anonymous inscription inside Lubeck Cathedral, Germany Ye call Me Master and obey me not. Ye call Me Light and see me not.Ye call Me Way and walk me not. Ye call Me Life and choose me not.Ye call Me Wise and follow me not.Ye call Me Fair and love me not.Ye call Me Rich and …

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What’s OK at Home? – domestic abuse info for young people

Kids and teens aged 10-17 can go to What’s OK at Home? to find info about domestic abuse and family violence. The site helps young people recognize domestic abuse and provides practical guidance to support their safety, health and emotional wellbeing if they are experiencing domestic abuse in their own family. It also has a section for …

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