Voice of the Martyrs and Alleged Sexual Sin in a Nigerian Orphanage. – by The Wartburg Watch blog

Serious concerns regarding the Stephens Center, which is connected with VOM

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Personal Story: Wife of Pedophile Shares How Her Husband Manipulated Her from Seeing the Truth – Spiritual Sounding Board blog

“In Cindy’s story, we read about what it was like for her as she came to grips with her husband’s secret life of committing sexual crimes against children and how it affected the relationships in her family and extended family….”

Source: https://spiritualsoundingboard.com/2016/12/27/ex-wife-of-pedophile-shares-her-story/

Spiritual Sounding Board

Pedophile, Wife of Pedophile, Sex Abuse

Today I am posting a personal story from a woman named Cindy who left a comment yesterday on the 3-1/2-year-old article, Being Married to a Pedophile: A Wife Speaks Out and Offers Hope to Other Wives of Pedophiles, which has continued to reach women who are searching for support.

Her comment was posted at 4AM on the West Coast the day after Christmas. It got me wondering . . . maybe Cindy lives on the East Coast and was posting this in the quiet hours of 1AM after a pleasant Christmas day (the story ends on a positive note). What struck me was that she posted this around the time where families are gathered for the holidays. Perhaps she, too, was reminiscing of Christmases past, of what it was like when their family appeared to be whole and happy. But obviously she also thought about the…

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Protecting My Child from a Sexual Predator


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.

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