Protecting Children in the Church with Rachael Denhollander (Part 1 & 2)

Child sexual abuse in evangelical churches is shockingly more common than many think. Sexual predators often view the church as a “safe” environment for finding, grooming, and abusing their victims. What steps might a pastor and church take to establish a culture of prevention and recognition of sexual abuse? What responsibilities do pastors have in the investigation of accusations of sexual abuse? How should pastors prepare themselves to minister well to sexual abuse victims?  Do pastors and churches need a written policy for dealing with sexual abuse? How does the hope of the gospel speak to victims of sexual abuse? Listen as Brian and Jim interview Rachel Denhollander concerning these issues and more.

NOTE: This podcast consists of a Part 1 (28:12) and Part 2 (28:10)

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9 comments on “Protecting Children in the Church with Rachael Denhollander (Part 1 & 2)
  1. Don says:

    Thank-you for the interview with Rachael Denhollander. The podcast feed is confusing as it seems to start midstream – ? After finding this website I think part two is being posted to the podcast and part one is missing. Good stuff and I want it out clear and loud!


  2. Scott Wells says:

    In the podcast Brian mentioned that links to some resources referenced would be included on the webpage. Would love to use those. Where may I find them, please?

  3. Tina says:

    This is such great information, thank you! Looking forward to (and will definitely be checking back for) the links to the resources discussed in the podcast.

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