Here are four books that Safe Church Ministry recommends on the topic of bullying.
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This helpful presentation on Bullying by Alicia Mannes (Licensed Professional Counselor) shares some key insights into the world of bullying.
When is it an affair? When can it be defined as abuse? The answers may not always seem clear.
These websites offer excellent resources related to abuse by clergy or ministry leaders.
Check out these powerful video resources related to abuse by clergy or ministry leaders.
This bulletin insert includes a general definition of child abuse and a brief list of the common signs of child abuse.
This brochure asks the question: "How can a church minister to those with a criminal sexual history and still be safe?"
How can a church maintain a safe environment and also welcome criminal sexual offenders? This webinar will help answer that question.
Find supplemental resources related to criminal sexual history and involvement in church.
The 'Power and Control Wheel' has been used for many years to describe the central power and control dynamic that operates in many kinds of abusive relationships.
Find resources that relate to emotional, psychological, and spiritual abuse.
A bulletin insert that reveals the dangers and destruction of pornography.
This bulletin insert for Safe Church Ministry includes a description of how abuse victims and offenders can experience justice and mercy, which can lead to healing.
An examination of Psalm 10 from the context of Safe Church Ministry by Rev. Colin Vander Ploeg.
Designed for small groups, but also valuable for personal use, this 10-session guide uses Bible study, reflection, writing, prayer, and art to engage people in active participation with God on a journey of restoration and healing.
The following resources from The Worship Sourcebook would work well for an abuse awareness service.