Caring for Families Caught in Domestic Abuse is a comprehensive, Christ-centered response to the spiritual, emotional, and physical harm that domestic abuse causes to the abused spouse, the abusive spouse, and their children.
Written by an experienced team of biblical counselors, Caring for Families Caught in Domestic editor Chris Moles and contributors Darby Strickland, Joy Forrest, Greg Wilson, Kirsten Christianson, and Beth Broom are all leaders in biblical domestic abuse ministry in the local church. Each section of the book: The Intersection of Biblical Care and Domestic Abuse, Biblical Counseling and Care for Victims, and Biblical Counseling and Confrontation of the Abuser provides a detailed overview of how to minister biblically and faithfully to both the abusers and the abused.
Topics addressed include the biblical and theological foundations for counseling each family member caught in the cycle of domestic abuse, direction on how to counsel the victims (spouse and children) and the abuser, and how to offer practical, actionable help to protect families from harm and break the abusive cycle in the home.
- A field manual for pastors and counselors in domestic violence prevention, intervention, and education.
- Common tactics of domestic abuse and a biblical response are outlined.
- Key resource for the conservative evangelical church to understand and respond to this widespread problem.
Chris Moles, MA, is senior pastor of the Chapel in Winfield, West Virginia and an ordained minister with the Christian and Missionary Alliance. He is a certified biblical counselor with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors and the International Association of Biblical Counselors. Moles is a contributor to the West Virginia intervention curriculum used throughout the state prisons, correctional facilities, and community organizations. He is the author of The Heart of Domestic Abuse and a contributor to Becoming a Church that Cares Well for the Abused, as well as the editor of Caring for Families Caught in Domestic Abuse. _
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