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Loss of Perspective: The Cost of Enduring Abuse

Do individuals suffer harm when they remain in verbally or emotionally abusive relationships?  Cindy Kunsman illustrates the effects through an account of spiritual abuse.     By Cindy Kunsman, UnderMuchGrace.com After reading Julie Anne's post questioning whether divorce from an abusive spouse is actually a “sin,” I found myself thinking of the loss of perspective and… Continue reading Loss of Perspective: The Cost of Enduring Abuse

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The Children of Divorce and Abuse in Marriage

Divorce:  Do children bear the sins of their parents' divorce? Is it better to remain married even with abuse? What is the church teaching us about divorce and abuse by their silence on the subject?   Russell Moore is President of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission. "In this role, he leads the organization in all its… Continue reading The Children of Divorce and Abuse in Marriage

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Church Leaders and the Church: Responding to Christians Who Are Divorced

*** Many times the church has not been a safe place for Christians who are divorced. They have been marginalized, judged negatively, ignored, and not cared for by church leaders and the church. *** *** This is probably not the kind of blog post you'd expect on Valentine's Day, but for many, Valentines Day is… Continue reading Church Leaders and the Church: Responding to Christians Who Are Divorced