“Boz” Tchividjian is a former child abuse chief prosecutor and is the founder and executive director of GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in the Christian Environment). Boz is also a Professor of Law at Liberty University School of Law, and is a published author who speaks and writes extensively on issues related to abuse within the faith community. Boz is the 3rd-eldest grandchild of the Rev. Billy Graham. He is a graduate of Stetson University and Cumberland School of Law (Samford University).
Liberty University: Now is the time for an independent investigation
(RNS) — The Liberty board of trustees should agree to an independent investigation, where the school has no control over the process or outcomes.
Winter inside the Church and the hope of Christmas
(RNS) — My 20 years of confronting and addressing sexual abuse within churches and other faith organizations has convinced me that abuse within the church will only end when professing Christians stop distorting Jesus for the purposes of excusing abusive behavior and silencing the abused.
What I’m doing to protect my kids from sexual abuse
An abuse survivor shares some practical wisdom about how she’s protecting her children.
Millennials and abuse: We can learn from this hopeful generation
What can millennials teach us about confronting and ending abuse?
Justice for abuse survivors: Giving victims their voice
Four practical ways to help the criminal justice system deliver genuine justice and real hope to those who deserve it most?
An unholy alliance: When mob forgiveness meets selective grace
The dangers of finding redemption stories where they don’t exist.
Are abuse survivors best served when institutions investigate themselves?
Does it matter whether an investigation of past abuse is internal or independent? You betcha!
Caught in the spotlight: Christian leaders who mishandle sexual abuse disclosures
The dark strategies of some leaders when confronted with the mishandling of abuse disclosures.
God made all of me: Empowering children against abuse
Practical ways to help younger children guard against abuse.