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By On September 11th, 2013

What Is Spiritual Abuse?

Allegations of abuse of power within the church happen much more than we would like. We would all like to think all churches are perfect sanctuaries where all are safe. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Abuse happens in all sorts of churches around the world for numerous reasons and the only way to stop…

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By On July 25th, 2013

Four Belief Systems That Support Spiritual Abuse

As spiritual abuse continues to make headlines, with the latest being allegations against a well-known international ministry, we often focus on the individual’s directly responsible, and with good reason. But, we should also remember that repeated abuse like those described do not usually happen in a vacuum. There are often conditions and beliefs that exist…

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By On June 24th, 2013

Why Do We Abuse Power?

We see abuse of power everywhere. In the recent news, there have been religious authority figures using their power to commit and cover up sexual and spiritual abuse, political figures using their power to spy on their own citizens, and chances are most of us have felt abused by bosses who use their power to…

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By On May 14th, 2013

Helping Pastors Help The Victims of Sexual Abuse

In a recent blog post for Biblical Seminary’s Faculty Blog, Phil Monroe shared an anecdote from a meeting with a couple Christian prosecutors from at least five different states. Not a single one of the prosecutors could remember a time when a pastor attended hearings in support of a victim of sexual abuse, however they…

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By On March 13th, 2013

Managing Chronic Pain and Keeping Your Faith

When you are young, you go to the doctor for vomiting, fevers, and similar, objectively observable ailments, but as you get older pain becomes a serious, sometimes unwavering issue. Every trip to the doctor now includes being asked to rate your level of pain. For most kids, the doctor treats colds, and viruses, and strep…

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By On March 1st, 2013

Should You Strive For Reconciliation?

Throughout life numerous relationships are broken or breached. Trust is hurt, sometimes because of a perceived wrong, other times because of a real offense. No matter the reason, or who was wrong, we experience breaks with friends, family, acquaintances, and members of the same beliefs. When this happens, it is common to seek reconciliation. Broken or damaged relationships hurt…

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