Opening up about domestic violence, either to the police or one’s friends and family, is often difficult and frightening for many survivors. Many feel a sense of guilt and shame, … Continue reading
As a pastor, one of the hardest things to do is perform a funeral, especially for a family member. So as I sit here and wonder, if I was asked to perform this funeral, what would I say? What could I say? It would probably be different if I didn’t know the person who had past, but I did, I knew her. What would I say? What could I say?
I am often asked how to forgive – especially the unforgivable… People who have been devastatingly hurt tell me they just can’t forgive. My response is the same for everyone … Continue reading
EVERYONE KNOWS SOMEONE WHO NEEDS US. Over 12,000 Victims were turned away from services last year. Help us help them. Donate Here. We are a Christ-Centered Domestic Violence Services Agency that … Continue reading
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Christian Living / Christopher Ash Marriage Isn’t Meant to Meet Your Needs November 3, 2016 One of my favorite cartoons shows a group of cavemen standing on top of a … Continue reading
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Providing Shelter By: Chuck Colson | Published: April 21, 2009 7:46 AM THE CHURCH AND DOMESTIC ABUSE Miriam—not her real name—is a faithful Christian. But her pastor wonders why he … Continue reading