Interview with Daniel Darling: Life After Abuse

I recently had the honor of talking to author and pastor, Daniel Darling, about surviving abuse, my upcoming book Not Forsaken, and the ERLC Caring Well Conference which I’ll be speaking at on October 3-5, 2019.

Speaking of the Caring Well Conference, prices go up on Friday, so be sure to register ASAP. Use the code SPEAKERSAVE20 before Thursday at midnight to Save 20% off registration. You can register at https://erlc.co/2Y97UcI.

As Phillip Bethancourt, Executive VP of ERLC, said, “The Caring Well Conference is one of the most important events we’ve ever hosted.” The conference is designed to equip churches, communities, and the people of God to reduce instances of abuse, handle abuse cases biblically and responsibly, and also support survivors through the recovery process. Other speakers include Russell Moore, Rachael Denhollander, JD Greear, Megan Lively, Diane Langberg, Trillia Newbell, and many more.

Daniel Darling is the Vice President for Communications for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention (ERLC). Dan is the author of several books, including Teen People of the Bible, Crash CourseiFaithRealActivist Faith,The Original Jesus,The Dignity Revolution, and his forthcoming book, The Characters of Christmas. He is a contributing editor to Christianity Today’s CT Pastors, a columnist for Homelife, and a regular contributor to In Touch Magazine. He also writes regularly for several leading publications, including Christianity Today and The Gospel Coalition. Dan also serves on the board of Let My People Go Ministries, an organization devoted to helping churches fight human trafficking.

Jennifer Michelle Greenberg speaks with Daniel Darling about her new book, Not Forsaken, and the ERLC Caring Well Conference.

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