Words of Encouragement

How Much Do You Know About Consent?

Feb 7, 2020

How Much Do You Know About Consent? By: Public awareness efforts regularly reinforce that all partners need to get consent before sexual activity, but what does that really mean? Understanding consent is key to promoting healthy and respectful relationships, changing the culture around sexual violence, and ending sexual assault. This Sexual Assault Awareness Month,…

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Stop Digital Child Sexual Abuse

Feb 5, 2020

Stop Digital Child Sexual Abuse By: According to the New York Times, tech companies reported over 45 million online photos and videos of children being sexually abused in 2018 – more than double what they found the previous year.   For parents, caregivers, and concerned citizens, headlines like this can be overwhelming and disheartening. How…

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Who are the worst domestic violence abusers?

Feb 3, 2020

The Worst Domestic Violence Abusers By: Barry Goldstein Seven-year-old Kayden Mancuso lost her life and 32-year-old Katie Hill lost her seat in Congress. They were at very different stages of their lives, but they both offered the promise of making substantial contributions to society. Now, Kayden will never contribute any more except by her inspiration. Katie can still…

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Southern Baptist #ChurchToo

Jan 31, 2020

Southern Baptist #ChurchToo By: Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune As the #MeToo/#ChurchToo movement continues to echo through faith communities, there is news from the Southern Baptist Convention. Southern Baptist leaders over the years have not only ignored sexual and domestic violence suffered by its members but many have actively excused and rationalized men’s violence towards…

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The Aftershocks of Incest . . .

Jan 29, 2020

The Aftershocks of Incest . . . By: Joseph Paluszak In one of my blogs last week we looked at scriptural examples of Godly families that suffered the trauma of sexual violence. In it, we studied an account of incest in the form of acquaintance rape that is found in II Samuel 13:1-20 where the…

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Facing Fear and Finding Freedom

Jan 27, 2020

Facing Fear and Finding Freedom By: Joyce Meyer If you don’t remember anything else from this article, remember that fear is not from God but from Satan (see 2 Timothy 1:7). Every time you feel fear in your life, it’s a manifestation of the kingdom of darkness. I often say in my teachings that fear is the “master…

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Scriptural Examples Of Godly Families Who Suffered The Trauma Of Sexual Violence!

Jan 23, 2020

Scriptural Examples Of Godly Families Who Suffered The Trauma Of Sexual Violence! Many people mistakenly believe that Godly families will never suffer the trauma of sexual abuse, and if it does God is punishing them for some unknown sin in their lives. Ss the following scriptures reveal, they are sadly mistaken.   Incest reared its…

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It’s All About Your Attitude

Jan 21, 2020

It’s All About Your Attitude By: Joel & Victoria Osteen I saw a recent study done at Stanford University that found a direct correlation between our attitudes and the level of success in our lives. The study found that a positive attitude can be just as important a predictor of your success as your IQ.…

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Go to the Good Father

Jan 17, 2020

Go to the Good Father By: Joel Olsteen Many of us were raised by loving fathers who did their best to make sure we had everything we needed, but no one’s father was ever perfect. Every father makes mistakes and lets us down. Some fathers mean well, but they aren’t affectionate. Perhaps your father never…

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