Protecting Children from Abuse in the Church
Steps to Prevent and Respond
How do we protect the children in our Christian community from sexual offenders? We are becoming more and more aware of the prevalence of child abuse, both in society at large and in the church. We want to protect children in our community from abuse, but we don’t always know the best ways to go about that. From his years of experience as a child abuse prosecutor, Boz Tchividjian unpacks the dynamics of a church environment that allows perpetrators to thrive and offers constructive help for educating and training your church to recognize and deal with potential abuse. Using biblical principles and the example of Jesus, he shows you how to cultivate an attitude and environment in your church that provides safety and protection for these young ones.
About the Author
Basyle (Boz) Tchividjian is a former child-abuse prosecutor who currently teaches Child Abuse and the Law and several other courses at Liberty University School of Law. Professor Tchividjian is also the founder and executive director of GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment, a nonprofit organization made up of highly trained, experienced multidisciplinary professionals who seek to educate and empower the Christian community to identify, confront, and respond to the sin of child abuse.
Other Booklets in the Series
- Angry Children: Understanding and Helping Your Child Regain Control by Michael R. Emlet
- Dealing with Rejection by Jack Miller
- Family Feuds: How to Respond by Timothy S. Lane
- How Do I Stop Losing It with My Kids?: Getting to the Heart of Your Discipline Problems by William P. Smith
- Peer Pressure: Recognizing the Warning Signs and Giving New Direction by Paul David Tripp
- Restoring Your Broken Marriage: Healing after Adultery by Robert D. Jones
- When Your Kid’s in Trouble: How to Intervene Constructively by William P. Smith
- Who Does the Dishes?: Decision Making in Marriage by Winston T. Smith