A Cry For Justice

Awakening the Evangelical Church to Domestic Violence and Abuse in its Midst

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We’ve revamped our FAQs

Our FAQ page is now easier to navigate. And we’ve added a section about Financial Abuse. See the changes here: FAQ You can always find out FAQs in the top menu. If you’re using a phone to view our site, click the down arrow next to the word “Menu’.  

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Now ACFJ has a new web address you might want to update your bookmarks, links and RSS feed.

If you have Social Media accounts or bookmarks to ACFJ, or if you follow ACFJ at your RSS feed, I suggest you manually update the links. To do this, just change the .com to .blog We are aware that many links are broken at our website. My assistant Reaching Out is working hard at fixing …

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A Cry For Justice has a new address: cryingoutforjustice.blog

For reasons beyond my control, the web address which I had been using has expired and I am not able to renew it. But I have got a new address — cryingoutforjustice.blog The transition may be a bit rocky at the beginning. And it may take a little while for the site to load for …

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A post was published by mistake – our apologies

Dear readers, a few hours ago a post was accidentally published here. ACFJ apologises for any confusion or hurt feelings that this error may have caused. That post began to be drafted a long time ago, when the ACFJ team consisted of Jeff Crippen, myself and TWBTC. It sat in drafts for a long time, …

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Is it wrong to feel ANGER and HATRED for my abuser? — a new FAQ

Victims are often told that they’re sinning if they feel anger or hatred towards their abusers. So we have created a new FAQ that lists several blog posts which address that issue. Is it wrong to feel ANGER and HATRED for my abuser? “Be angry and do not sin” (Eph. 4:26) is not the Bible’s …

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Hadassah’s Legacy – Truth, Courage, Compassion, Justice & Intimate Partner Abuse

Hadassah’s Legacy seeks to follow the example of Queen Esther in speaking the truth with courage and compassion, to forward justice for the abused. It is a blog written by someone who regularly comments at A Cry For Justice. The lady who writes this blog says: Hadassah’s Legacy is an avenue to add my voice …

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