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For 24-hour help contact National Domestic Abuse Hotline
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- Healing from Domestic Abuse & Trauma
- Survivor Stories
- Legal & Court Issues with Domestic Abuse
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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
Through a Child's Voice
Dr. Debra Wingfield
From Darkness to Light
Dr. Debra Wingfield
When Home Hurts
Jeremy Pierre & Greg Wilson
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