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Presbyterians Against Domestic Violence Network (PADVN) provides help for new pastors confronting domestic violence situations in a congregation.
Guidelines for pastors, rabbis, imams and other reliqious leaders What are the dos and don’ts in responding to victims and perpetrators? Knowing the basics provided in this tip sheet by… Read more »
The religious communities provide a safe haven for women and families in need. In addition, they exhort society to share compassion and comfort with those afflicted by the tragedy of… Read more »
This chart, originally developed by the Domestic Violence Intervention Project, Duluth, Minnesota, describes the methods that a perpetrator employs to dominate a victim.
Safety of victims and their children is the number one goal for vulnerable persons and for those who are willing to help. Learn from domestic violence coalitions from around the… Read more »
PADVN information sheet Dating violence defined. What to do if you or someone you know experiences dating violence. Places to get more information.
by Paul K. Hooker In this essay Paul Hooker Hooker calls us to hear and respond to the questions we face in this time of intense transition — starting with… Read more »
By Dr. Darrell L. Guder, Henry Winters Luce Professor of Missional and Ecumenical Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary This essay by Dr. Darrell L. Guder discusses Christendom within the Presbyterian Church… Read more »
By the Rev. Timothy Beach-Verhey, Co-Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Faison, N.C. An essay about the John Ames’s contributions to the Presbyterian Church and how the church can revitalize itself.
Dr. John R. Franke, Professor of Theology, Biblical Seminary, Hatfield, Pa. This essay discusses training and educational formation for inclusive ministry for service with the church.