Faith in action
SAFER is a brand new online resource produced to help churches support and prioritise victims of domestic and family violence, and know how to deal with perpetrators.Read more
We welcome the findings of the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence.
For the last six months, the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence has heard harrowing evidence from victims. They have heard about the struggle to break a culture of violence against women and the sometimes fatal consequences of inadequate responses by authorities to instances of abuse.
Today as the Commission releases its recommendations, Common Grace grieves with victims who have wanted to leave violent situations but have had nowhere to go and no support to stay safe.
As we start to see changes to the systems that support victims and hold perpetrators accountable, Common Grace longs to see the Australian churches become powerful advocates for prevention, intervention and healing.
Please join us in prayer today, as we commit this next chapter of the Australian Church to God.
See this article in the Bible Society reporting on the Findings - Christians welcome all 227 Recommendations from Royal Commission into Family Violence, Bible Society
Join us for 16 DAYS of Prayer against Domestic & Family Violence with Christians from across Australia.Read more
On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women 2021, Rachel Neary encourages us to consider the women often forgotten or dismissed in their experience of family and domestic violence.
Brett White from Kingsway Churches reflects on how his church has sought to live the call of International Women’s Day 2021 theme #ChooseToChallenge.
Erica Hamence identifies 10 things that will need to change for Christian communities to be safer places.
Facing the depth of the church’s problem with Domestic & Family Violence isn’t a quick-fix positive story