Learn how to take responsibility for yourself, make decisions without fear, and move forward with hope and purpose in spite of obstacles and challenges.
The pastor who wrote the sermon I analyzed two years ago is now being accused of sexual abuse 17 years ago. Go figure.
How can the church help abuse victims instead of revictimizing them? Interview with Megan Cox, founder of Give Her Wings.
In this interview with Patrick Doyle, we learn how to cope with the betrayal that occurs when women of faith stand up against abuse in their homes.
Come learn a game especially designed for adults who have to deal with children in adult bodies on a regular basis.
Gretchen Baskerville, author of Life Saving Divorce, shares tips on how to get the most out of your single years after divorce! Even if you’re still married, you’ll discover how to lean into getting to know who you are and nurturing your friendships, gifts, and vision.
Natalie Collins, a Gender Justice Specialist from the UK, talks about how we take back our lives from abuse as well as from patriarchal teachings that keep us stuck in abusive environments.
A series exposing actual stupid things Christians say to women in abusive marriages. Today we look at two: “If you gave your husband more respect, he’d love you,” and “if you submitted to the authority of your church, you’d get the help you need.” Could someone hand me a bucket?
After decades of dealing with your husband’s covert control, silent treatment, criticism, passive aggressive behavior, lies, and refusal to take responsibility for anything, you have made the terrifying decision to get out, and now you are on your own. Either your husband has left (and told everyone you abusively kicked him out) or he has forced you to leave (and told everyone that you have abusively abandoned him.) The smear campaign begins even while you begin the life-long process of picking up all the pieces. You have eight kids living at home. You get to pick up their pieces too.