By Basyle Tchividjian and Shira M. Berkovits
This handbook, authored and edited by a multidisciplinary team of child abuse experts, is designed to help Christian churches and faith communities formulate policies and procedures to protect children and deal with possible child abuse in their ministries, schools, and churches.
By Al Miles
Information on the pathology of domestic violence and the effect the economic downturn is having on victim-survivors and batterers. Miles also focuses on helping clergy and other pastoral ministers develop a more compassionate response to victim-survivors who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender.
By Leslie Vernick
For any woman caught in an emotionally destructive marriage, Leslie Vernick offers a personalized path forward. Based on decades of counseling experience, her intensely practical, biblical advice will show you how to establish boundaries and break free from emotional abuse.
By Ann Maree Goudzwaard & Bernie Lawrence
A Churchwide Response for Women in Crisis as a guide for churches looking for ways to serve women in crisis while maintaining the integrity of leaders and being sensitive to the needs of those helped.
By Darby Strickland
You will learn how to identify the toxic entitlement that drives abusive behavior and to better understand its impact on victims -- including children who are raised in a home with domestic abuse. To provide wise and Christ-centered counsel and to empower and advocate for victims while navigating the complex dynamics of oppression in a marriage.
By Justin & Lindsey Holcomb
Is It My Fault? addresses the abysmal issue of domestic violence with the powerful and transforming biblical message of grace and redemption. It deals with this devastating problem and sin honestly and directly without hiding its prevalence today.
By David Habburchak, M.D.
A comprehensive, interdisciplinary primer on the broad subject of child sexual abuse with the primary aim of informing and energizing the universal church and others to engage healing and prevention of this heinous sin.
By Lundy Bancroft
Lundy Bancroft—a counselor who specializes in working with abusive men—uses his knowledge about how abusers think to help women recognize when they are being controlled or devalued, and to find ways to get free of an abusive relationship.
By Rachael Denhollander
Rachael's story of breaking the silence and exposing the truth about Larry Nassar and USA Gymnastics. This deeply personal and compelling narrative shines a spotlight on the physical and emotional impact of abuse, why so many survivors are reluctant to speak out, and what it means to be believed.
By Diane Langberg, PH.D.
Dr. Langberg has written several books to help in the healing of the wounds suffered from abuse.
By Paul David Tripp
This is a comprehensive treatment of how God uses people as tools of change in the lives of others, people who themselves are in need of change.
By Darby Strickland
A biblical guide to identifying domestic abuse and helping victims.Buy on Amazon
By Diane Langberg, PH.D.
The cross of Jesus Christ is the lens that transforms and redeems traumatic suffering and its aftermath, not only for the sufferer, but it also transforms those who walk with the suffering. A great help to anyone who loves, listens to, and seeks to help someone impacted by trauma and abuse.
By Dr. Dan Allender
To acknowledge, understand, and help victims heal from their experience of the evil of sexual abuse. To help victims and those who love them. Offers the bold assurance to sexual abuse victims that even they can find their way to joy and hope in the comforting embrace of a good God.
Free curriculum giving a theological foundation for abuse care, bringing understanding on the issues connected to abuse disclosure and reporting, and giving practical wisdom by which leaders can navigate complex situations.
This website exists to help adult victims (aged 18+) of CSM/CSA identify the abuse they are experiencing and find appropriate help.
Designed to provide information to church leaders and members to help them better understand CSM/CSA, prevent it from occurring, and deal with it appropriately by directing them to relevant resources, organizations, and ministries.
Practicing psychologist and international speaker working with trauma survivors, caregivers and clergy around the world. Author of "Suffering and the Heart of God," "Redeeming Power," and "Counseling Survivors of Sexual Abuse."
Focuses on training churches and counselors to care well for those who have been victims of trauma and abuse. Author of "Domestic Abuse: Recognize, Respond, Rescue," "Domestic Abuse: Help for the Sufferer," and "Is it Abuse?"
Empowers victims to tell their story through the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit. Born out of the Stacy Peterson case, the E.A.A. was created to insure that the victim’s words about her fears and previous violence will not disappear if she does.
"Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment"
Empowering Christian communities to recognize, prevent, and respond to abuse. Exists to equip the Church with a vision for authentic community, where responsibility, accountability, and compassion are second nature and caring for children and adult survivors of abuse is non-negotiable.
Helping the Local Church Minister to Women in Crisis. At the core of the Help[H]er mission is the desire to assist pastors and leaders navigate how to carefully shepherd women.
Experienced counselor, coach and author of 7 books, including the national bestseller, "The Emotionally Destructive Relationship" and "The Emotionally Destructive Marriage."
Resources for confronting toxic leadership and bringing healing to victims. Interviews and biblical discussion of godly and toxic leadership and how to respond effectively.
Helping families find healing
from domestic abuse. Video training for abuse care and support group development.
Advocate to help those trapped in the confusion and captivity that mark abusive situations.