A Cry For Justice

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

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A Good Name — part 8 of Ecclesiastes sermon series by Ps Sam Powell

A Good Name by Ps Sam Powell Ecclesiastes 7:1-6 Chapter 7 A good name is better than precious ointment; and the day of death than the day of one’s birth. 2 It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to go to the house of feasting: for that is the end of all men; …

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Thursday Thought — New Resource items on Sexual Abuse and Pornography

We have added four new items to our resources pages: Sexual Abuse and Training Materials.   These items are for women who discover their partner is using child exploitation material.  The new items are listed below with a brief explanation. *** These three resources are from secular sources Rosie Batty’s discovery of ex-partner’s child porn …

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Update on Lundy Bancroft’s Webinar — Why Does He Do That?

  For those of you who registered for Lundy’s webinar which is based on his book, Why Does He Do That?, you may be like Barb and me, who have listened and are re-listening to the presentations while actively taking notes  because we want to remember all the top-notch information that he is presenting.  I was able to …

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Thursday Thought — How can I tell Whom to Trust?

When deciding whom to trust, bear in mind that the combination of consistently bad or egregiously inadequate behavior with frequent plays for your pity is as close to a warning mark on a conscienceless person’s forehead as you will ever be given.  A person whose behavior includes both of these features is not necessarily a …

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Thursday Thought — The Deadly Combination of Ignorance and Arrogance

Why do churches pour salt into the wound of those [domestic abuse victims] who are the most wounded? First is the very real possibility that a given church is swarming with wolves in sheep’s clothing.  No Christians want to believe that this is true of their own church, but God has told us in His Word …

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Thursday Thought — Judge Actions, Not Intentions

Never try to “mind-read” or second-guess why somebody is doing something, especially when they’re doing something hurtful.  There’s no way for you to really know, and in the end, it’s irrelevant.  Getting caught up in what might be going on in an aggressor’s mind is a good way to get sidetracked from the really pertinent …

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