Monthly Archives: May 2017

“A Hidden Pathology”

Originally posted on Grace for my Heart:
It’s Narcissist Friday! ? ?? ? The reason the title above is in quotes is because it is the chapter title from a book recommended in one of the comments recently: “The Narcissistic…

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The Abuser Hooked her in Bible College, deceived her, married her, abused her: Dying Star’s story Part 1

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
She was a genuine Christian honestly wanting to serve the Lord, only to have her nightmare begin in a place she thought would surely be safe. This is part one of three parts in…

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The Pastor’s Wife — An All too Frequent Ally of the Abuser

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
I thought that if I went to my pastor’s wife and told her what was really going on in my marriage, she would certainly understand and help me. After all, she is a woman…

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Finding a good counselor

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
Finding a counselor who is competent to counsel victims of abuse can be quite challenging. Some counselors have a good understanding of domestic abuse but many do not. Catherine DeLoach Lewis is a Christian counselor who…

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MISSING CHILD IN HOUSTON TX

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You Weren’t There — a letter to pastors from a survivor of domestic abuse

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
Dear Pastor James (and any other pastor who will listen), You said to me in your letter, “it is about you and John learning to understand one another.” LISTEN. Please, for once, stop talking.…

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Needed – Good People And Good Neighbors

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