This devotional prayer book will help victims give voice to their heavenly Father in the midst of heartache and despair.
In Christ, there is hope and healing for survivors of sexual assault. The perfect peace of the Gospel is vital for women who are suffering.
LCMS Deaconess Kim Schave and KFUO Radio host Andy Bates discuss the popular ‘Fifty Shades’ books and movies and their influence on domestic violence.
The Synod’s first Workshop on Domestic Violence and Child Abuse aims to help church workers “identify, understand and intervene” on behalf of victims.
At the Sept. 9-10 meeting in the St. Louis, the LCMS Board for National Mission continues its policy work, hears from numerous speakers and takes several actions.
The LCMS Task Force on Domestic Violence and Child Abuse is sponsoring the Sept. 30 training event at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis.
A “Reporter” commentary on the controversial books and film contrasts their messages with God’s design for intimate relationships.
“We all know someone who is either currently being abused by someone else or who in the past has been abused pretty seriously,” says one task force member.