A Cry For Justice

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


What is abuse?  (How can I identify an abuser? How can I tell if I’m the abuser?)

We put ‘What is Abuse?” at the top because it is the most commonly asked question.
The rest of the questions are in alphabetical order.

Am I in a difficult christian marriage or an abusive marriage? 

Are abuse victims codependent? 

Are Abusers guilty of Projection?

As a pastor, what are the most important things for me to know about domestic abuse?

“Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake” … so should a domestic abuse victim just put up with being abused?

Can someone be an abuser and be a Christian? 

Do you have resources for male victims?

Do you make money from this blog?

For my children’s sake, it is better to leave?

How can I find an abuse-victim-friendly church?

How can I help my children heal from abuse?

How can I help my friend or reliative who has been abused?

How can I help spread the word?

How can I leave when I’m the only one who is giving a gospel witness to him?

How do I find a good counselor?

How does church discipline apply in cases of domestic abuse?

I am an abuser, can you help me?

If I tell people about my spouse’s abusive behavior, am I gossiping?

Is my abuser passive-aggressive?

Is my abuser’s mental illness causing him to be abusive?

May I republish something from your blog?

What about couple counseling?

What about divorce?

What about forgiveness?

What about reconciliation?

What about remarriage?

What about sexual abuse in marriage?

What are signs that someone might potentially be an abuser (Red Flags)

What books and blogs do you NOT recommend when it comes to domestic abuse?

What do you know about Programs for Abusers?

What do you think about signing a Church Covenant Document?

What does God say about submission?

What if I can’t afford to buy your books?

What if the abuser is repentant?

What if the abusers were one’s parents?





















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