Becoming a Church that Cares Well for the Abused (Free eBook)
B&H publishing is giving away the 244-page handbook Becoming a Church that Cares Well for the Abused by Rachael Denhollander (Contributor), Mika Edmondson (Contributor), Samantha Kilpatrick (Contributor), Diane Langberg (Contributor), Chris Moles (Contributor), Andrea Munford (Contributor), Karla Siu (Contributor), Darby Strickland (Contributor), Leslie Vernick (Contributor) #free! for a limited time.
From the publisher:
Is your church prepared to care for individuals who have experienced various forms of abuse?
As we continue to learn of more individuals experiencing sexual abuse, domestic violence, and other forms of abuse, it’s clear that resources are needed to help ministries and leaders care for these individuals with love, support, and in cooperation with civil authorities. This handbook seeks to help the church take a significant step forward in its care for those who have been abused.
Working in tandem with the Church Cares resources and videos, this handbook brings together leading evangelical trauma counselors, victim advocates, social workers, attorneys, batterer interventionists, and survivors to equip pastors and ministry leaders for the appropriate initial responses to a variety of abuse scenarios in churches, schools, or ministries.
Though the most comprehensive training is experienced by using this handbook and the videos together, readers who may be unable to access the videos can use this handbook as a stand-alone resource.