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Domestic Violence: Community Voices for Action (2013) - RECORDED

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What can our congregation do to prevent domestic violence? How can we strengthen our efforts to offer greater support to survivors? What resources can we draw upon from our own traditions? If you are a person of faith looking to deepen your commitment to ending domestic violence, then this webinar is for you. Bring your questions and experience and join the conversation. Presenter: Julie Owens

What
  • Recording
  • Domestic Violence
When Dec 05, 2013
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where Online
Presenter Julie Owens
Price

$10.00

Registration Status Open - Register Now!
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Contact Phone 206-634-1903
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What can our congregation do to prevent domestic violence? How can we strengthen our efforts to offer greater support to survivors? What resources can we draw upon from our own traditions?

If you are a person of faith looking to deepen your commitment to ending domestic violence, then this webinar is for you. Bring your questions and experience and join the conversation.

Julie Owens is a survivor who has worked in the domestic violence field for over twenty years. Her story is featured in FaithTrust Institute's award-winning documentary "Broken Vows: Religious Perspectives on Domestic Violence", the RBC television series “When Love Hurts” and several books, including Domestic Violence: What Every Pastor Needs to Know. She develops website content for RAVE, Religion and Violence E-learning project, www.theraveproject.com. Her chapter “A Survivor Looks Back: What I Wish Pastors had Known When I was Looking for Help,” was published in Beyond Abuse in the Christian Home: Raising Voices for Change.

NOTE: The audio for this presentation is good, but the image quality is poor.

 

This webinar is sponsored by United Methodist Women

United Methodist Women

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