One of the things I appreciate about this book is its format: set out in sections, it gives readers the option of turning to specific
In stumbling after Jesus, the church has sometimes faltered. Sometimes, we’ve been the ones holding women’s bruised and bleeding hearts in our fists. And sometimes,
Responding to Abuse in Christian Homes: A Challenge to Churches and their Leaders represents the final book edited by Catherine Clark Kroeger, together with her
Partnering Religious Leaders in Promoting Equal Worth, Dignity, and Entitlement for Women and Men, Boys and Girls
Children around the world are at risk from various forms of life-threatening situations. They face many adversities in diverse contexts including wars, famine and disease.
In this episode of “Conversing,” Mimi Haddad, president of CBE, discusses gender equality and women in leadership. She reflects with Dr. Labberton, president of Fuller
Beyond Abuse in the Christian Home is a compilation that gathers, from many different perspectives, essays providing insight into the difficult problem of domestic abuse.
Statistics reveal that churched families are not immune to abuse in the home, but few people dare to talk about it. Sometimes abuse doesn’t even
Pastor Leslie Ann McKinney passionately believes that God loves and accepts his daughters and has created Accepted in the Beloved: A Devotional Bible Study for