If you have suffered from sexual abuse, how do you confront your abuser? There are five questions to consider before confronting the abuser. Let the article help you in answering them as you try to deal with your abuse or try to help one who has suffered abuse.
Domestic abuse is a pattern of coercive or controlling behaviour used by one individual to gain or maintain power and control over another individual in the context of an intimate relationship. As a pastor, how do you help those caught up in domestic abuse? This article advises.
How do you identify an abuser and church bully? When dealing with abuse and church bullies it is important first to know how they work and deceive their victims. This article points to some identifiers of a church bully.
Abuse happens in the church too. How should abused women deal with abuse? Dealing with abuse starts by identifying the way abuse functions, and then gaining the courage to address it legally and biblically.
This article considers the need to protect the vulnerable by reporting abuse. It gives concrete thoughts on how to respond to abuse in the church, and stresses the need for ongoing pastoral care to all impacted by it.
This article is the second of two on the topic of child abuse. Here counsellor David Powlison provides some concrete suggestions for child abuse victims to consider as they desire to progress in their walk of faith. His thoughts center around prayer and possible ways of engaging with the abuser.