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Read Reflect Respond: Religious Reflections on Abuse

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This eLearning series series directs Christian pastors to read articles and engage with other eLearners on the topics of recognizing people in need and calling on themes from Biblical texts to respond to victims of abuse.
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Learning to Build Bridges Between Churches and Community-Based Resources

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This webpage from RAVE features a guide for assisting the collaborative process between churches and community-based resources, including reasons to invite pastors to the collaborative table on domestic violence and the role of clergy in addressing domestic violence.
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The RAVE Project: Online Training

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Do you want to learn more about how pastors and other religious leaders can respond to victims of domestic violence? RAVE's online training page offers religious reflections on abuse, stories from survivors, key facts on domestic violence, tips for building bridges, and other critical information for faith leaders who want to learn more about how they can address domestic violence in their religious communities.
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When Violence Comes Home

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This sermon comes from Rev. Robert S. Owens, retired minister in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), who has been involved in ministry to victims of domestic violence and their families for many years.