How might the communication system of trees help churches learn to steward cultures of renewal, health, healing, and wholeness?
As of last month, I left my job at the seminary to begin working with Safe Church Ministry. Perhaps you are wondering why.
It's hard not to get sucked into all the Super Bowl hype. So, how do we watch the Super Bowl and all its "creative" ads? Perhaps we watch with awareness.
Learn about unwanted sexual brokenness and how to address it as a church from Jay Stringer on March 10. Follow-up discussion for church leaders on March 25. Join us!
The Classis Huron Safe Church Conference moved online this year and they chose the production Unmute as a way to engage in meaningful discussion on gender-based violence.
Looking to find training for our volunteers who work with children at both our church (Rochester CRC in NY) and at a local school. Any ideas?
Join us in thanking our many Safe Church volunteers, and find out how you can get started volunteering with us today!
Resources for Abuse Awareness Sunday 2021: Safe Church Ministry: Not Just a Policy, a Way of Being the Church
What do churches do when ministry leaders abuse power? And what are some lessons the church can learn from recent failures?
How should we respond when a spiritual leader does harm? This article discusses some do's and don'ts, particularly in relation to the recent revelations about Ravi Zacharias.
This free 90-minute webinar will help faith communities identify the signs of abuse of power and offer a roadmap for church renewal.
This webinar will explore biblical perspectives on human dignity and reflect on what it means to live out this truth in our church life together.
Several resources on how to preach on the topic of domestic violence, things to keep in mind, and samples of sermons from Sojourners 100 sermons.
In these webinars, we will hear from a variety of people that will inspire us to wonder together at how we can create healthy and safe cultures in our congregations and communities.
This story is part of Safe Church Ministry's SOS series. In this post, an anonymous CRC congregant shares his second blog of his journey of recognizing, remembering, and processing the abuse he endured.