A Cry For Justice

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

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Markdown — a new feature available to ACFJ commenters

Are there times when you are writing a comment that you wish you could italicize a word or make it bold? Resorting to ALL CAPS is an option when wanting to draw attention to text, but it’s frowned upon online because it comes across as if the commenter is yelling or screaming at the reader. And …

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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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Safe Steps for Children and for Youth — two new websites

Australia’s Safe Steps organization has launched two new micro-sites for children and youth. These interactive sites are for children and teens who are may be experiencing domestic abuse. This is a much needed resource for our children and teens! I encourage you to explore the sites. safesteps4children.org.au is an interactive, simple to navigate site designed to …

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David’s Slingshot — New blog on our blogroll

David’s Slingshot is a new blog we recently added to our blogroll (found on the side menu bar).  The anonymous victim who started the blog kindly wrote a synopsis of the blog for us.  May you and your children be encouraged! *** David’s Slingshot came about as a result of a desire to give encouragement and hope …

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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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Introducing our new FAQ Section

What about divorce? What about remarriage? What about reconciliation? We are frequently asked these and other questions.  So, to make it easier for readers to find topic-related posts for our most frequently asked questions, we have added a new FAQ section to the blog.  It can be found on the top menu bar. In addition to the current …

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