Safe Spaces for Children/Youth/Young Adults Continuation

Janet Heimlich wrote “Raising awareness of the issue of religious child maltreatment and its risk factors is the first step toward protecting children. And that is something we all should strive to do, regardless of whether or not we are members of a faith community. Schools, Colleges, Universities, Parks, Centers, Churches, Synagogues, Mosques, Homes...Children are in... Continue Reading →

“Safe Spaces for Children/Youth/Young Adults”

 ” Background Reading Assignment #1 for Upcoming Summer Sessions "Silent - No More" In our society, the first protectors of children are supposed to be parents, teachers, older siblings, pastors, and police officers. Unfortunately, these can also be children’s first predators. When Janet Heimlich began writing her book, Breaking Their Will: Shedding Light on Religious Child... Continue Reading →

Non-Negotiable: The Principles of God

Absolute and Unconditional The title of our previous blog was “A Principled Man Loves God.” God is principled and His principles do not change. God is absolute. Absolute is unconditional; complete. God is complete. He is “the absolute cause, which means He is the unconditional, complete principled cause of Creation.”  Everything operates according to the... Continue Reading →

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