Erica Hamence challenges our practice of listening to victims in the third of a three-part series on domestic violence in the Australian church.
Erica Hamence explores the culture of power in our churches in the second of a three-part series on domestic violence in the Australian church.
Erica Hamence begins a three-part series reflecting on how the Australian church responds to domestic and family violence.
Paula Glassborow reflects on her professional and church experiences working with people experiencing family violence, and calls us to acknowledge what we don’t yet know, and commit to learning more.
Share the Dignity is a fantastic opportunity to contribute in a seemingly small way to make a profound difference to women and mothers staying in shelters and refuges. Read about one Caseworker's experience of care packages
Common Grace supporter Emma Pitman shares how #MeToo calls us to hear, lament, and respond.
Recognising where the Church has failed victims of domestic and family violence is the first step our churches must take in addressing this national problem. But it is not the only step.
Erica Hamence outlines some resources for healing if you are – or know – a victim or survivor of domestic and family violence.
Erica Hamence presents 14 things your church can do to address domestic & family violence and to create a space for victims to approach you for help.
Have you ever wondered what does spiritual abuse look like? Erica Hamence names some of the typical ways bible texts, doctrines and church life can be manipulated for violence.