“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).
False narratives of Christian leaders caught in abuse
Protecting reputations and incomes can be a dishonest and hurtful “business”.
A careful grace: Accountability for sex offenders in the church
Can a church protect children and minister to convicted sex offenders?
Responding to sibling sexual abuse: What to do and why
How do we respond to the horror that one child is sexually abusing another?
Sexually assaulted in a Christian home: A victim speaks
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
Exposing the four steps of a common and destructive deception.
Graduation: A time to celebrate the next generation
When it comes to protecting children and loving survivors, we have much reason for hope in the next generation.
Should a victim pay for the sex offender’s attorney?
Should a court require a victim to pay for the offender’s attorney. One court says, “yes”.
When God was a victim: What a child abuse survivor taught me about Good Friday
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?”