When The Good Samaritan saw the beaten up man on the side of the road, he stepped into the ditch. He stepped into the filth, mud, and danger with that man. The Samaritan was a prosperous man. He had a fair amount of money with him, as well as soothing oils and wine. It would have been easy for him …
We have jobs and bills to pay, we’ve been dropped into this mid-year, we’re using a curriculum we aren’t familiar with, and it’s not always accessible because the servers keep crashing. Welcome to COVID-Schooling.
Today, the media team at the ERLC posted videos from the 2019 Caring Well Conference in Grapevine, Texas, on their Vimeo channel. There are quite a few videos, including one of my own speech (which is about 15 minutes), as well as videos of speeches and presentations by JD Greear, Russell Moore, Mary DeMuth, Megan Lively, Susan Codone, Phillip Bethancourt, …
A review of the ERLC Caring Well Conference, by Jennifer Michelle Greenberg, who shared her Survivor Story on Friday, October 4th, and spoke on the panel, “What Every Woman Needs to Know About Abuse.”
While I’ve seen the viral video, I haven’t seen anyone ask: Why is a 12-year-old girl sexually active? Why isn’t he getting her medical care? Is he angry because he loves his daughter, or because he’s failed as a dad and blames her? Who’s filming this and why?
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.
I had the humbling honor a few months ago of being asked to contribute to the Caring Well Abuse Report, which was being developed by the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), and the Sexual Abuse Advisory Group. That report was released this past Sunday! My contribution is on Page 19. Whether you’ve survived abuse …
C.S. Lewis said of Heaven, “There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” This Easter weekend, I contemplate Jesus and our resurrection.
Yesterday, Pope Francis published a letter addressing a Grand Jury Report which catalogs horrifying cases of sexual abuse mismanaged or intentionally concealed by leaders within multiple Roman Catholic Dioceses.
I had hand-drawn cards from my kids, a bottle of wine and roses from my husband, but I felt I couldn’t fully appreciate them. Mother’s Day just wasn’t about me. There was an emptiness that could only be explained by the hole that was left by my mother.