Protect the Flock 101: Identifying Domestic Abuse in the Church
October 22 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
Protect the Flock 101: Identifying Domestic Abuse in the Church – Thursday, October 22, 6:00pm-8:00pm
Statistics indicate that one in four women in our churches will experience domestic abuse at some point. These situations are generally very complex, and without proper knowledge, well-meaning helpers can easily do more harm than good. One only needs to watch the news to see that overall our churches have not responded well. Scripture is clear that God’s heart is for the oppressed, and that church leaders are charged with caring well for His sheep (See Ezekiel 34 and Jeremiah 23). Let us help equip you to do just that. Called to Peace Ministries is dedicated to help improve church responses through advocacy and education.
Dynamics of Abuse
Warning Signs and Red Flags
A Pastor’s Testimony of Encountering Abuse in the Church
Legal Do’s and Don’ts of Domestic Abuse
Question and Answer Session
Joy Forrest, Founder and Executive Director of Called to Peace Ministries
Jim Upchurch, Pastor at Christ Church Rolesville and Church Partnerships Liaison with Called to Peace Ministries
Richard Waugaman, Managing Partner and Attorney at Lesnik Family Law
Thursday, October 22 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm
This meeting will be hosted online only via Zoom.
Register at the following link: Protect the Flock 101 – Identifying Domestic Abuse in the Church or go to www.calledtopeace.org/church-leader-training
Called to Peace Ministries’ twofold mission is:
1) to provide practical assistance and counsel to individuals affected by domestic abuse and
2) to educate organizations & helpers to better respond to these crises through education and mentoring.
Learn more at www.calledtopeace.org
- October 22
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT