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Domestic Violence and Abuse: Types, Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Effects

Domestic Violence and Abuse: Types, Signs, Symptoms, Causes, and Effects

Cheap Grace: Churches That Ignore Abuse — Ashley Easter

Jan 25 Cheap Grace: Churches That Ignore Abuse

Cheap Grace: Churches That Ignore Abuse — Ashley Easter

Male Headship Theology Enables Abusers

Male Headship Theology Enables Abusers

Most complementarians (supporters of patriarchal male headship) argue that domestic abuse has nothing to do with their theology.

Here's what emotional abuse looks like in marriage--plus help for moving forward and feeling free again.

What Are the Signs of Emotional Abuse?

How do you know if you're being abused? A look at what emotional abuse is, why it's so confusing to identify, & what to do if you're in an abusive marriage.

The Aftermath Of Bill Cosby's Admission? That's Rape Culture.

The Aftermath Of Cosby's Admission? That's Rape Culture.

Who's the Boss? Marriage in the Bible can be misunderstood, and it often leads to questions of who should be the boss in our relationships. While it talks about headship and submission, these topics have been abused throughout the years. In this sermon, Greg shows how to interpret these passages and see the bigger picture when it comes to our relationships.

I used to have such a warped idea of submission. Wow, so good and eye opening.

Sponsored by a group of holy "watch dogs". We are our sisters' keeper, our daughters' keeper. As stakeholders (i.e. church members, donors, parents sending our children off to youth group and college ministries, attendees ourselves in various ministries) this is not the world we want for our girls, or our boys. They deserve better. We all deserve better. This is not a healthy construct for human development, for male/female relationships, for organizational health, nor is it Gospel. We do…

Sponsored by a group of holy "watch dogs". We are our sisters' keeper, our daughters' keeper. As stakeholders (i.e. church members, donors, parents sending our children off to youth group and college ministries, attendees ourselves in various ministries) this is not the world we want for our girls, or our boys. They deserve better. We all deserve better. This is not a healthy construct for human development, for male/female relationships, for organizational health, nor is it Gospel. We do…

-*+As Biblical counselors, is there ever a good reason to encourage our client to lie or pretend something is other than what it is?  You might immediately think no, but I believe the Bible does give us a time when we might not tell the truth.  That reason is safety.  For example, in the Old...

Three reasons we encourage a woman to lie about her marriage-Leslie vernick

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