A Cry For Justice

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

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Has Bible translation affected how the church responds to abuse?

A new page has been added to our Frequently Asked Questions:  Has Bible translation affected how the church responds to abuse? We will add to and curate the links we have on this page when we publish new posts that we think will relate to the topic of how Bible translation has affected the way the …

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How to search our website

To find what you’re looking for at A Cry For Justice, you can use our Search Bar type in the key word(s) you are looking for this will retrieve posts that use the key word(s), but it won’t retrieve comments on posts Tags  tags are topics that are touched on in blog posts. Each blog post …

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Volunteer wanted who knows how to use Mail Chimp

If you know how to use Mail Chimp to get rid of dormant accounts, improve delivery so emails don’t go into spam, energize dormant users, etc., a friend of this blog is looking for a volunteer to help her with that. I won’t say who it is, to protect her from sharks, but she is someone …

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New Items on our Resource pages

Safety is always a priority for victims of domestic abuse, but particularly when the abuser senses the victim may be leaving or distancing herself from him and during the holidays.  We have seen a number of holiday domestic violence and abuse tragedies this past month, so we wanted to remind our readers of our resource …

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WomensLaw.org — providing legal information and resources for survivors of domestic violence

WomensLaw.org is an extensive website launched several years ago to provide state-specific legal information and resources for women living with or escaping domestic violence or sexual assault. They also provide a confidential Email Hotline to offer direct support to survivors, their advocates, friends and family members.   In addition to legal information they have several …

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How can I help my friend or relative who has been abused? — a new FAQ

How can I help my friend or relative who has been abused? We are often asked by friends and relatives how can they help the person they know who is being abused.  There are approaches that are more effective and safe than one may realize, so we have compiled a list of our various resources, …

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