ACBC: The Abuse Pendulum

I am thankful to God that many necessary and important books and articles are being written to increase awareness of physical and sexual abuse as they affect both the society at large and the Christian community in particular. Spiritual leaders have been rightly admonished for their failure to protect at-risk women and children.1 Abuses which should have been exposed have been covered up, leading to more … Continue reading ACBC: The Abuse Pendulum

CCEF: Am I responsible for my husband’s sexual sin?

Over the last few weeks, I have had several conversations with wives who were feeling guilt-ridden. Each feared that failing to meet their husband’s expectations for sex would push their husbands to satisfy their desires in sinful ways. This fear might seem extreme, but the belief that wives are responsible for keeping their husbands from sexual sin is more common than you might think, so … Continue reading CCEF: Am I responsible for my husband’s sexual sin?

Daily Wire: ‘How Many More Can We Get Out?’: Inside The Frontline Battle To End Child Sex Trafficking

American parents can therefore have a sizable impact in solving the crisis, according to Ballard. In particular, parents ought to stop educators from bringing sexual themes into the classroom: “It’s a felony, depending on how they’re doing it. You’re not allowed to do that online; an adult can’t go to a child and show images of genitalia and talk about sex. And now you’re going … Continue reading Daily Wire: ‘How Many More Can We Get Out?’: Inside The Frontline Battle To End Child Sex Trafficking

Harvest USA: A Millennial’s Lesson from Parenting Young Children: Finding Joy in Dying to Self

God’s calling to pick up your cross and die to self is inevitably painful. Every cross has its own challenges for each person. Although there are several implications for what it means to bear your cross, this begins with dying to the worldly lusts and desires that we once held dear. It is a call to lay our wills, ambitions, plans, and wants down for … Continue reading Harvest USA: A Millennial’s Lesson from Parenting Young Children: Finding Joy in Dying to Self

ERLC: Is it Abuse?

When we encounter abuse and grapple with the evil it perpetrates, many people often wonder, “Why doesn’t she just leave?” Sometimes the question comes with the judgment “It’s her fault if she doesn’t” The question is better framed as “Why is she choosing to stay?” There are 4 reasons why I have seen women remain in abusive marriages. As we consider each, I will suggest … Continue reading ERLC: Is it Abuse?

FOF: Sexual Trauma & Its Effect on Marriage

We cannot minimize sexual trauma’s impact. It is one of the most invasive types of abuse that can single-handedly destroy someone’s overall mental state and life. When someone is sexually abused, he or she is robbed of his or her innocence and peace of mind. The victim fights self-identity issues and self-hatred for years. If not processed in a healthy way, the abuse can impact … Continue reading FOF: Sexual Trauma & Its Effect on Marriage

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Book Sale! A Gem for Every Family Library!

“My sweetheart Kate, I would not trade her for France or Venice…or all the riches of Croesus.” -Martin Luther The story of Katharine von Bora’s life of faith is a story for every time of year, giving young people a role model which will encourage their own faith. The faith lessons captured here by the authors are perfect for our time in history. All around … Continue reading Book Sale! A Gem for Every Family Library!