A Cry For Justice

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

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Jimmy Hinton’s new website — Protecting children from sexual predators

Pastor Jimmy Hinton’s life was turned upside down when a victim disclosed to him that she had been sexually abused by the former pastor – Jimmy’s father. Jimmy and his mother reported his father to the police. The father is currently serving a 30-60 year prison sentence for sex crimes against children. Since then Jimmy …

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Judgment Day — a sermon by Rev Christopher Gordon

Judgment Day Revelation 20:11-15 (ESV) Rev Christopher Gordon Then I saw a great white throne and him who was seated on it. From his presence earth and sky fled away, and no place was found for them. And I saw the dead, great and small, standing before the throne, and books were opened. Then another …

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If God put you together you’re not allowed to separate — says Dr. Heath Lambert, Executive Director of ACBC

It seems that the biblical counseling world has latched on to the topic of domestic violence. Just this last summer IBCD (Institute of Biblical Counseling and Discipleship) devoted part of their 2017 Summer Conference to the topic of domestic abuse. And in 2018 there are several conferences scheduled that will address domestic abuse: the Faith …

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Covetousness and Oppression — sermon by Ps Sam Powell

Covetousness and Oppression Psalm 10 NKJV by Ps Sam Powell Psalm 10 Why do You stand afar off, O Lord? Why do You hide in times of trouble? 2 The wicked in his pride persecutes the poor; Let them be caught in the plots which they have devised. 3 For the wicked boasts of his heart’s desire; …

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Scotland to become one of the first countries to criminalize psychological abuse & coercive, controlling behavior

UPDATE :  Scotland has now passed its groundbreaking new domestic abuse law The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill covers psychological and emotional maltreatment and coercive and controlling behaviour as well as physical attacks. Examples of coercive and controlling behaviour include isolating a partner from their friends and relatives or controlling their finances. The Domestic Abuse Bill will …

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Well-crafted damage control or Repentance?

A great quote from our GEMS page:   Well-crafted damage control is not repentance. It takes discernment to know the difference. by Garris Elkins   **** Comments are not enabled on this post.

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