How Church Communities Respond to Domestic Violence

July 24, 2017

CFT Executive Council member, Dr. Christy Sim, writes about how church communities may have good intentions when it comes to responding to domestic violence, but they too often make mistakes.

“Hopefully, this article will be a start to give the beautiful, big-hearted people in churches, a bit more knowledge and a few more tools to respond to victims of violence in ways that are trauma-informed and survivor-centered.”

Read “Believing the Survivor Knows Best” on the Annesley Writers Forum.

 

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Lē Weaver (Marg Herder)
Lē Weaver is the Director of Public Information for CFT, a Christian feminist organization working for gender (and LGBTQIA) justice in Christianity since 1974. Zie is the content manager and developer of the organization’s website, Christian Feminism Today. Lē identifies as a non-binary writer, musician, and feminist spiritual seeker. Zie works to draw attention to the ongoing violence directed at women and LGBTQIA people in this “Christian” society, the desperate need for an understanding of God that includes the Divine Feminine, and Christ/Sophia’s desire that each of us move deeper into our own practice of non-violence.

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