Monthly Archives: August 2018

An Abusive Marriage, Well-Meaning Christians, and God’s Word

Originally posted on Spiritual Sounding Board:
*** I ran across a post on Facebook that a friend wrote. Flo Fromer-Wedding posted about the spiritual tug-of-war process she went through while she was in an abusive marriage.  Unfortunately, the church is…

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Willow Creek, Your Time Is Now

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I would love to reconcile with my dad. But I need to see repentance.

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
I grew up in a Christian home. I should clarify, my mother’s faith was always an inspiration to me, but all I saw with my father’s so-called faith was hypocrisy and using the…

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An Open Letter to Heath Lambert and Leadership of ACBC

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Biblical Counseling and Domestic Abuse

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Biblical Counseling, Domestic Abuse, Victim Safety, Heath Lambert -by Kathi The Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) will be holding their annual meeting this fall addressing Biblical counseling and abuse. Leading up to this…

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11 Chris Moles discredits and mislabels victims of domestic abuse

Originally posted on A Cry For Justice:
Chris Moles, Bethlehem Baptist Church 2017 Chris disapproves of survivors having a victim identity or victim-hood status. He conveys the idea that victims are somehow wrong to be so aware of their victim-hood.…

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Dealing with Abusive Men

Originally posted on My Only Comfort:
Thoughts on Psalm 129, from a sermon preached at First Reformed Church, February 9, 2014. Many a time have they afflicted me from my youth, may Israel now say: 2 Many a time have…

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