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Finding Your Voice & Healing from Abuse

Abuse takes many forms – verbal, physical, emotional, and sexual – and for those who are victims, it can feel impossible to know where to turn. We’ve assembled a collection of resources that are geared toward helping those suffering from abuse take a crucial first step toward support and healing. If you’re a victim of abuse, we’re here to put an arm around you and show you that you have a voice.

Mercy for Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse is a violation against a person’s body that has deep and devastating effects on their life. Guilt and shame often silence the secret and leave you paralyzed with overwhelming emotions. Expose the painful truth about your past and allow God to bring wholeness and healing into your life. You do not have to be a victim of your circumstances, but can overcome them with hope and find freedom from your past!

Mending the Soul

This book provides a well-researched biblical and scientific overview of abuse. A broad overview, it deals with the various types of abuse, the various effects of abuse, and the means of healing.


National Sexual Assault Hotline

National Sexual Assault Hotline

Call 800.656.HOPE (4673) to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area.

Making a Safety Plan

If you are experiencing physical, sexual, emotional, and/or verbal abuse from a partner, spouse, family member, etc., you can create a personalized safety plan

Have you been abused?

Physical. Sexual. Emotional. Abuse comes in many forms. Pain wears many masks. Maybe you are a victim. Maybe you have created the victims. There is a way out. There is a path towards healing. Will you start the journey?

Understanding Emotional Abuse

We hope this article series will help you learn to listen to your friends, neighbors, relatives--or maybe even your own--waspish, hurtful words.

Safe People

Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend offer solid guidance for making safe choices in relationships, from family to friendship, romance and work. They help identify the healthy and growing people we all need in our lives, as well as ones we need to learn to avoid. Safe People will help you to recognize twenty traits of relationally untrustworthy people and discover what makes some people relationally safe, as well as how to avoid unhealthy entanglements. You'll learn about things within yourself that jeopardize your relational security, and you'll find out how to develop a balanced approach to relationships.

Open Hearts Ministry

Life is a path marked by hurt, hope and struggles. At Open Hearts, we train you to engage people along that journey in deeper and healthier ways.

Leslie Vernick

Leslie offers encouragement for victims of emotional/verbal abuse

Healing the Wounds of Childhood Sexual Abuse (Part 1 of 2)

Lisa Harper shares her story of experiencing healing and forgiveness from the sexual abuse she endured as a young girl and how she now uses that experience to minister to other women.

Play It Safe - Dealing with Domestic Violence

If you’re a victim of domestic abuse, you need to take decisive action right away. Your attitude toward physical violence must be one of zero tolerance. “Safety first” is the basic rule of thumb. This becomes all the more important when there are children in the household. Here are four things you can do to counteract violence while keeping yourself (and your kids) as S.A.F.E. as possible

National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA)

NOVA's mission is to champion dignity and compassion for those harmed by crime and crisis. Founded in 1975, NOVA is the oldest national victim assistance organization of its type in the United States.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline

Our highly-trained advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. .

Responding to Physical Abuse

Abusive behavior was never and can never be a part of God's plan for a marriage or a family.

My Spouse Is Abusive

My husband is verbally and physically abusive. What do I do?

  • Life is full of surprises, challenges and questions – and sometimes we all need help finding answers. Are you struggling in your marriage? Is your son or daughter involved in activities that have you worried? Or maybe you’re facing an unexpected pregnancy or navigating conflict with your aging parents. Whether you’re in the midst of a major crisis or simply a perplexing situation, we have compiled resources that can point you in the right direction. And remember – we’re constantly updating our content, so check back frequently for the latest and greatest resources.

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