Monthly Archives: November 2013

Set backs of being a trafficking survivor

Originally posted on Patricia McKnight ~~ My Justice:
There are many different areas of being a survivor of hell which I’ve written about these past three years. In many writings throughout this entire blog you will find writings dealing with all…

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The church has been tolerating sin for so long that it’s unable to hear the Spirit

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
This is a guest post by our reader Sharpsheep. Many thanks, Sharp. So often in attempting to find biblical support for dealing with sin issues such as domestic abuse, the abuse victims and…

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What to Do When Leaders Forbid Sexual Abuse Seminars?

Originally posted on Trudy Metzger's Blog:
On Sunday October 27 a local conservative Mennonite church made an announcement telling the congregation they should not attend our conference, specifically naming ‘Shattering the Silence’. This inspired me to write a blog,…

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How Abuse Blinds the Christian to the Love of God

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
One of our readers wrote the following paragraphs to us directly and they are so helpful that we asked if we could put them into a blog post. She agreed, so here is…

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Taking Our Stand With the Weak (via As You Do Unto the Least of These)

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The Worst Advice This Abuse Survivor Ever Received

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
The following personal story was graciously submitted to us by an anonymous survivor of horrific abuse. Many, many thanks to her for sharing it with us.  Trigger warning: much suffering and pain in…

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