A Convicted Rapist at Highpoint Church: How to Understand Molestation and Deal with It Properly —The Wartburg Watch

Rape and molestation are not just sins. They are psychological disorders. Forgiveness does not make it go away.

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Protecting My Child from a Sexual Predator

REVISIONS OF GRANDEUR

It took five years of time and space before I resolved to write about our experiences with a now-convicted sex offender.

If ever I’ve hoped my friends would read and share a post, it’s now. It’s that important to me — and dare I suggest it should be that important to you, too?

If you leave a comment (and I always hope you will) please do so with compassion.

Thanks for visiting me here.

Stacy

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Twisted Theology Produces a Den of Abusers Parading as “the church” — A Cry For Justice

With remarkable frequency we meet abuse victims, mostly Christians, who originally met their abuser in a local church. Or in a Christian college or similar setting. In the church! Why? How can this be? Well, the answer is not only that abusers are exceptionally deceptive, but churches far and wide have embraced such unsound, twisted […]

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