A Cry For Justice: Domestic Abuse and the Church


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A blog site addressing domestic abuse and the response of the church has picked up my series of posts about boundaries and healthy relationships.

If you have experienced domestic abuse of any form (physical, emotional, sexual, or psychological), you will find a safe haven of support there.

If you work in the church, I would encourage you to check out their posts and learn more about domestic abuse and how we can be a voice of support for women who are suffering in silence.

As always, there are points on which I would engage them in further discussion concerning the strength of their arguments against those with whom they disagree, but I appreciate and support their courage for talking about an issue that has been kept covered up in the church for much too long.

The church should be a safe haven for the hurting, and place to seek the Christ who cleans our wounds and heals our messy hearts. The ultimate goal of A Cry for Justice is to both offer support for those facing abuse and equipping for those in ministry to provide support in the church for them.

Check out their work and join the conversation!

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2 thoughts on “A Cry For Justice: Domestic Abuse and the Church

    • Thank you for posting that link, Barbara. I’ve read it and understand your purpose and support it completely. It is wise examine every word of every person against the Word. As humans, none of us is “right” 100% of the time, so I appreciate the courage you all have in speaking out when it is needed.

      I hope that my readers will remember that and will read your explanation, as it is wise advice for us all.

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