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Boz Tchividjian

“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).

All Stories by Boz Tchividjian

False narratives of Christian leaders caught in abuse

August 28, 2015

Protecting reputations and incomes can be a dishonest and hurtful “business”.

Locked in cells of silence by disbelief and shame

August 14, 2015

What fuels the silence that extinguishes the hopes and dreams of abuse survivors?

An abuse survivor speaks to the church

July 31, 2015

Powerful and personal words that call for the church to reflect the genuine image of Jesus.

A careful grace: Accountability for sex offenders in the church

July 25, 2015

Can a church protect children and minister to convicted sex offenders?

The spiritual struggle of fighting the church

July 17, 2015

Five encouraging reminders for Christian child protection professionals who are struggling to love the church.

When the Church prefers perpetrators

July 10, 2015

A powerful [guest] post that articulates how preferring perpetrators is contrary to authentic Christianity.

Supreme Court sides with kids

June 27, 2015

An important Supreme Court decision that people aren’t talking about…but should be.

Responding to sibling sexual abuse: What to do and why

June 12, 2015

How do we respond to the horror that one child is sexually abusing another?

Sexually assaulted in a Christian home: A victim speaks

May 28, 2015

Learning from the voice of one who was victimized by her brother in a Christian home.

A grand deception: The successful response of sex offenders

May 15, 2015

Exposing the four steps of a common and destructive deception.

Graduation: A time to celebrate the next generation

May 8, 2015

When it comes to protecting children and loving survivors, we have much reason for hope in the next generation.

Catching American sex offenders overseas

April 24, 2015

A new proposal that will require Americans to report fellow citizens who are victimizing children overseas.

Should a victim pay for the sex offender’s attorney?

April 17, 2015

Should a court require a victim to pay for the offender’s attorney. One court says, “yes”.

Child Abuse Prevention Month: Awareness to action

April 10, 2015

Child abuse prevention begins with a relentless awareness. Let’s begin that journey now.

When God was a victim: What a child abuse survivor taught me about Good Friday

April 2, 2015

Guest Post: “How can we worship a God who was a victim of abuse if we can’t love the victims of abuse sitting in the pews with us?”

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