The Common Good
December 2013

Key Domestic Violence Resources

by Elaina Ramsey | December 2013

Check out these resources to help you and your faith community address the sin of domestic violence.

In “Naming the Sin,” (Sojourners,December 2013) Michelle D. Bernard seeks to answer this all too important question: Are churches doing enough to stop domestic violence — or are some churches enabling it?

Check out these resources to help you and your faith community address the sin of domestic violence, including this video that shows the first step to ending the cycle of abuse — telling survivors, “I believe you.”

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