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Dealing With Child Abuse in the Church
Dear Ministry Leader,
Let me tell you a story. The pastor of a Bible-believing church was preparing a sermon for his congregation for Sunday. One of his elders came to his office for their weekly prayer meeting. In the midst of their prayer time together the elder broke down, confessing that he had inappropriately touched one of the teens in the youth group. His story was heart breaking, as he shared that he himself had been abused as a child. After praying together for God to work in the heart of the elder and for forgiveness and grace, the elder left.
The questions started to swirl as the pastor prayed for the wisdom to know what he should do now.
Should he contact the family of the teen?
Julie Lowe, M.A., L.P.C., is Associate Faculty at CCEF and has been counseling for over 13 years. Julie has extensive experience with foster and adoptive families, as well as child maltreatment issues. She speaks at events regarding women's issues, parenting, and conflict resolution.
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