A Supreme Court case that could effectively silence the voices of children in the courtroom.
Author - 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).
Helping churches understand how to care less about reputation and more about victims and the vulnerable.
Heroes in our midst: A runaway radical talks about when doing good goes wrong.
Have you ever been afraid to say something that needed to be said? What about when it involves protecting a child?
Guest Post: The challenges with the valuing of human life in the context of terrorism and torture.
Wounding words, abuse survivors, and our need to discover a world of radical selflessness and love.
Guest Post: What does it really mean to be pro-life? Thought-provoking post that may help us re-examine our approach to the value of life.
Should our responses to sexual abuse disclosures be dependent upon the outcome of the criminal case? Why or why not?
2014 has seen some faith communities take bold steps to understand and address child sexual abuse. Each new step brings new challenges.
The danger and harm caused by misunderstanding and misapplying the words of Jesus.
How can faith communities become places of safety for male sexual abuse survivors? Part two of my interview with Chris Anderson of MaleSurvivor.
An interview with someone who can teach us much about the challenges facing male victims of sexual abuse.
Disturbing revelations involving child sexual abuse, a megachurch, and a 14 year silence.
Guest blog post: Michael Reagan shines some light (and hope) into an area of human trafficking that is seldom discussed.
The scheme used by many church leaders who abuse children is deceiving and wicked. Let's talk about it. Let's expose it. Let's stop it.