Resources & LinksDomestic 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
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Geared more towards individuals:
- Is My Partner Abusive?
- Healing from Domestic Abuse & Trauma
- Survivor Stories
- Legal & Court Issues with Domestic Abuse
- Domestic Abuse Impacts on Children & Parenting
- Spiritual Abuse
Geared more towards people helpers & churches:
For faith-based resources and articles on domestic violence visit the following sites:
To learn more about domestic abuse, visit:
Called to Peace
CTP Companion Workbook
Heart of Domestic Abuse
IBCD Observation Video
The Emotionally Destructive Marriage
Is it Abuse?
Is it My Fault?
Justin & Lindsay Holcomb
Eyes Wide Open
Dr. Debra Wingfield
Rock Bottom & Faithless
No Visible Bruises
Divorce & Remarriage in the Church
Domestic Abuse: Recognize, Response, Rescue
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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
Carly tried everything! She apologized for being an unsubmissive wife and sought to make herself available for all of his needs. She cooked and cleaned and did her best to fulfill every one of Frank’s demands. But he always needed more!
Love ceases to be love when free will is taken out of the equation.
“This data confirms what we suspected,” said study co-author Mardi Chadwick Balcom. “Being confined to home for a period of time would increase the possibility of violence between intimate partners.”