Pastoring the Victims of #MeToo

Four steps your church can take to minister well
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Walking with victims of sexual abuse is a sacred journey. As their secrets are finally disclosed and their shame begins to diminish, we can help these women own the truth that they are not only accepted by Jesus, but deeply loved. When they believe and accept this, they will no longer be defined by their pain or the sins committed against them—they will be free indeed (2 Cor. 3:17).

Dorothy Littell Greco is an author and writer living outside Boston. She is a regular contributor to WomenLeaders.com and CT Women, and a member of Redbud Writers Guild. She is the author of Making Marriage Beautiful.

January18, 2018 at 10:00 AM

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