Domestic Violence in the Church

Male leaders of churches – are you confident that you are doing what is necessary to care for the women in your churches who are experiencing domestic violence?
And more importantly, would the women of your church agree with you?

Family Violence

Women have the right to live free from fear and violence. Everyone has the right to be treated with respect and to live free from fear. Nobody has the right to abuse you or control you. Women are not responsible for the violent behaviour of men – not ever. Family Violence WIRE 1300 134 130

Make an Oath to end Domestic Violence

By standing with other Australian men and women you are saying that you are determined to treat all women with respect, and to intervene safely when someone else doesn’t.

The House on Horror Hill – Trigger Warning

Often part of us, the child part of us remains in that place. This is why for so many it is so difficult to go back, to even contemplate reliving, rethinking what happened. To re-visit the pain, the trauma, that time of horror is almost incomprehensible. However, for healing to begin we need to help that child move out of that place of unfair responsibility and confusion. Lisa Hunt-Wotton

One Woman’s Story of Domestic Violence

Abuse is not acceptable in any relationship, it is not a Christian principle, nor does the bible support abuse in any circumstances.