This book, written by clinical psychologist Cosette Fébriss, pastor Jacques Poujol and theologian Valerie Duval-Poujol is aimed at women experiencing domestic abuse.
From the French Baptist Federation, this magazine has been developed to help identify domestic violence and listen, discern and support those in this situation effectively.
“Une place pour elles”: Originally an Italian initiative («posto occupato») has now also expanded to French speaking countries.
Stories of God releasing women alongside men into all forms of ministry, leadership, work, and service on the basis of character and gifting
Recounting a harrowing story of abuse at the hands of a well-educated, charming preacher, a story would help other women caught in a cycle of domestic violence.
Develop an understanding of the different types of domestic abuse, examine the challenges faced by those who are victims and survivors
Transforming Masculinities (TM), an evidence-based intervention developed by Tearfund to end sexual and gender-based violence and to work toward more gender-equal societies.
Project Mirabal is an award winning research project which investigated the question ‘Do domestic violence perpetrator...
A web-based resource designed to equip pastors and church staff on the complexities of domestic violence and how it affects members of their congregation and community.
Project Esther is a New Zealand-based charitable trust that provides a multifaceted range of support for women and families, including those experiencing domestic abuse.
Catherine Clark Kroeger and Nancy Nason-Clark share years of experience in listening to women from around the world and discuss concrete ways to respond to abuse.
Information from Women’s Aid on the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people with data and links to support services in the United Kingdom.
An inventory of resources available which are mostly based on the Duluth Model, which utilises a wheel image to understand the dynamics of abuse and control.
Authors Lisa Oakley and Justin Humphreys describe clearly the nature of spiritual abuse and outline the best ways to counter it to create healthy cultures.
HeForShe is a United Nations Global Solidarity Movement inviting men to stand in solidarity with women to create a bold, visible, and united force for gender equality.
Press Red is a Christian organisation educating, equipping, and empowering on the issues of violence and abuse against women and girls.
Drawn from her presentation to the Evangelical Press Association, Dr. Mimi Haddad gives an overview of four key steps that can be taken to end abuse in churches.
The National Anglican Family Violence Project (NAFVP) investigated the prevalence, experience, and impact of family violence for Anglicans in Australia.
This resource from The Christian Network to End Domestic Abuse outlines what the Bible says about healthy relationships and how to prevent abuse.
This initiative from the World Council of Churches encourages all to speak out against violence to ensure that all are safe in all places in our societies.
This charter for churches by BMS World Mission identifies the reality of domestic abuse and shares ways for churches to bring about change.
This short, story-based case study from Tearfund addresses the themes of human rights, sexual abuse and pornography with examples of advocacy approaches.
A special issue of Footsteps Magazine featuring ways to empower women economically to make them less vulnerable and help survivors of violence on their journey to healing.
This report from Tearfund, a Christian relief and development agency, looks specifically at ways to prevent violence against women and girls within the Democratic Republic of Congo.
This report from Tearfund, a Christian relief and development agency, looks specifically at the issue of domestic violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A French language handbook for Baptist churches with psychological, biblical, and practical inputs to support Christians who want to help victims.
This award-winning book offers a comprehensive look at the different areas of gender violence, including domestic violence, around the world.
A short article outlining practical ways pastors can avoid unconsciously endorsing domestic violence in their leadership and preaching.
This guide was been produced to give churches an increased understanding of the issues surrounding domestic abuse and a greater confidence in how to respond appropriately.
A South African coalition working together to eliminate sexual and gender-based violence in the faith sector and wider society and bring healing to survivors.
An article providing a summary of the workshop led by Stephen McMullin, with the Rave Project, at the 2012 Safe Church Conference.
SAFER is an evidence-based collection of resources to help churches understand, identify, and respond to domestic and family violence.
Developed by BaptistCare Counselling and Family Services, this resource equips educators to train others how to respond to domestic and family violence.
Author Daphne Marsden examines how evangelical churches respond to domestic abuse within church communities and calls for theological and practical changes.
Undertaken by University of Coventry researchers, this study aimed to identify the nature, dynamics, and impact of domestic abuse for churchgoers.
Exploring the experience of women and attitudes towards women in Irish churches, this report from VOX Magazine also looks at issues of violence and abuse.
Leaders from many faiths and beliefs call for the prevention of sexual violence in conflict and denounce the stigma faced by survivors, including children born of sexual violence.
This organisation provides extensive resources in all areas related to domestic violence, including programs for men and information on understanding domestic violence.
This resource from the United Kingdom gives clear and simple examples of abusive behaviours and ways to support those who may be experiencing abuse.
Through their International statistical research efforts, United Nations shares critical facts and figures related to violence against women around the world.
This resource provides access to up-to-date information on measures undertaken by United Nations Member States to address all forms of violence against women.
Helen Paynter writes with clarity about the flawed interpretation of Biblical passages that have been used to validate violence against women.
Author Kevin Giles shows that there are higher incidents of abuse in communities where men are privileged and expect to be in charge and women to be subordinated.
Author Lucy Peppiatt offers a plausible re-reading of the 1 Corinthians text that shows the Apostle Paul as a visionary who championed women in all forms of leadership.
This resource outlines the Church of England’s domestic abuse policy as well as practical guidance on how the policy should be implemented in local churches.
Created by Fuller Seminary, this resource equips individuals and churches to identify signs and characteristics of abuse and abusers and develop a plan to support survivors.
Investigative journalist Jess HIll uncovers the effects of domestic violence on children, the experience of indigenous women, women as perpetrators, and explores solutions.
Shine provides a range of services to stop domestic violence in New Zealand, including emergency support, training programs, non-violence programs, and learning resources.
This online initiative is designed help churches recognise, prevent, and address domestic violence and transgressive behavior within the church.
This report presents a global review of data on the two forms of violence against women: violence by an intimate partner and sexual violence by someone other than a partner.
Abuse survivor and activist Natalie Collins shares what domestic abuse is, how it is perpetuated, and its impact on adults and children.
RAVE (Religion and Violence E-Learning) seeks to bring knowledge and social action together to assist families of faith impacted by abuse.
A free resource from FaithTrust Institute outlining the role religion and spirituality may have in the lives of victims/survivors of intimate partner violence.