Resources & Links

Domestic Abuse information and resources for individuals, churches and helpers.

If you feel you may be in immediate danger, please call the National Domestic Abuse Hotline at 1-800-799-7233

Recommended Resources 

Survivors   People Helpers  Counselors ©  Churches  

Called to Peace

Called to Peace

Joy Forrest

CTP Companion Workbook

CTP Companion Workbook

Joy Forrest

Heart of Domestic Abuse

Heart of Domestic Abuse

Chris Moles

IBCD Observation Video

IBCD Observation Video

The Emotionally Destructive Marriage

The Emotionally Destructive Marriage

Leslie Vernick

Is it Abuse?

Is it Abuse?

Darby Strickland

Is it My Fault?

Is it My Fault?

Justin & Lindsay Holcomb

Eyes Wide Open

Eyes Wide Open

Dr. Debra Wingfield

Rock Bottom & Faithless

Rock Bottom & Faithless

Susan Parisher

No Visible Bruises

No Visible Bruises

Rachel Snyder

Divorce & Remarriage in the Church

Divorce & Remarriage in the Church

David Instone-Brewer

Domestic Abuse: Recognize, Response, Rescue

Domestic Abuse: Recognize, Response, Rescue

Darby Strickland

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Wisdom and Encouragement from a Biblical Perspective Concerning Domestic Abuse.

“But joyful are those who have the God of Israel as their helper, whose hope is in the Lord their God…. He gives justice to the oppressed and food to the hungry. The Lord frees the prisoners.” Psalm 146:5-7

DEFINED BY HOPE

Scars do not need to define us, rather through us engaging with Jesus’ scars and letting
his wounds touch our wounds, we can find healing and identity—we can be defined by hope!