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Walking Together: Working with Survivors from Diverse Christian Traditions - Recorded

In the last few months, the media has exploded with stories about domestic violence. The #whyIstayed conversation on twitter educated many people about the reality that survivors experience. For Christians living with domestic violence, faith can be a roadblock to ending the violence: biblical passages can be used by an abuser to justify the abusive behavior; teachings about marriage and divorce can keep someone in an abusive relationship.

What
  • Recording
  • Featured Recording
  • Domestic Violence
When Oct 08, 2014
from 12:00 am to 12:00 am
Where Online
Presenter Rev. Dr. Marie M. Fortune
Price

$0.00

Registration Status

Closed

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Contact Phone 206-634-1903
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In the last few months, the media has exploded with stories about domestic violence. The #whyIstayed conversation on twitter educated many people about the reality that survivors experience. For Christians living with domestic violence, faith can be a roadblock to ending the violence: biblical passages can be used by an abuser to justify the abusive behavior; teachings about marriage and divorce can keep someone in an abusive relationship. Explore common religious roadblocks found in Christianity for survivors of domestic violence. Learn to work effectively with women who have religious or spiritual issues relating to domestic violence, to be available to support those who are suffering, and to be a sign of God’s presence.

The companion to this webinar, "Circles of Healing: Supporting Survivors in Your Community Part Two: Utilizing the Resources" follows on October 15, 2014.

To view a recording of this webinar, please click:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/8702660185130455564

This webinar was sponsored by a grant from:

United Methodist Women

in support of their Focus on Women, Children &Youth - See more at: http://www.faithtrustinstitute.org/training/events/701A0000000n5rSIAQ#sthash.qvPHC2SL.dpuf

in support of their Focus on Women, Children, & Youth

 

In the last few weeks, the media has exploded with stories about domestic violence. The #whyIstayed conversation on twitter educated many people about the reality that survivors experience. For Christians living with domestic violence, faith can be a roadblock to ending the violence: biblical passages can be used by an abuser to justify the abusive behavior; teachings about marriage and divorce can keep someone in an abusive relationship. Explore common religious roadblocks found in Christianity for survivors of domestic violence. Learn to work effectively with women who have religious or spiritual issues relating to domestic violence, to be available to support those who are suffering, and to be a sign of God’s presence.

Part Two of this webinar is on October 15

- See more at: http://www.faithtrustinstitute.org/training/upcoming-webinars#sthash.xWGgMjcY.dpuf

In the last few weeks, the media has exploded with stories about domestic violence. The #whyIstayed conversation on twitter educated many people about the reality that survivors experience. For Christians living with domestic violence, faith can be a roadblock to ending the violence: biblical passages can be used by an abuser to justify the abusive behavior; teachings about marriage and divorce can keep someone in an abusive relationship. Explore common religious roadblocks found in Christianity for survivors of domestic violence. Learn to work effectively with women who have religious or spiritual issues relating to domestic violence, to be available to support those who are suffering, and to be a sign of God’s presence.

Part Two of this webinar is on October 15

- See more at: http://www.faithtrustinstitute.org/training/upcoming-webinars#sthash.xWGgMjcY.dpuf

Sorry, registration is closed for this event.

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