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Tim Krueger
For too long, church leaders have failed to see the abuse in the church and failed to hear the women who cry out for justice. Read more
Tim Krueger
If abuse is a power problem, then what does the debate about gender roles have to do with it? Put simply, our views on gender and authority grow out of and reinforce our philosophies on power. Read more
While the the #MeToo and #ChurchToo hashtags may be new, the abuse epidemic is not. The problem is not “out there”—that is, outside the walls of the church—but “in here,” something the church must reckon with as much as anyone in our world. Read more
In holding men accountable, the #MeToo movement actually affirms men’s humanity—their ability to know and then choose right from wrong and to have healthy, mutual relationships with women. It also honors the good men who choose to treat others with equality and respect. Read more
By distorting Bible women’s stories, we provide a “biblical” rationale for rape culture Read more
Gricel Medina
We ask too much of women and too little of men. It's time for men to stand and fight abuse. Here are four ways you can start. Read more
Mark Kubo
No matter how well-meaning, and regardless of their views on gender, leadership, or theology, churches are almost never prepared to meet a victim’s needs. This is why, as both a pastor and a trained victim advocate, I encourage churches not to go it alone when it comes to helping victims of abuse Read more
The way we use our power shouldn’t place other believers at risk. Power belongs to all in the body, not just a select few or a single group. We need to take practical steps to rebalance power in our churches and make them safer for those among us who, as of now, have less structural power and are more vulnerable to abuse. Read more
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What the research says about why some men harass while other's don't. And what churches can do about it. Read more

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