A Cry For Justice

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

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6 Comments

  1. ReachingForSupport

    Do you have a blog post on what “coming along-side” and supporting an abuse victim looks like? My church doesn’t really ‘get it’ and I’m so messed up, I’m not even sure what I need, I just need support and everything I read says, “get support”, but what would that look like? I know they aren’t supposed to ‘rescue me’ or tell me what to do, but do you have any blogs on defining ‘support’?

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