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Restoring the Soul of a Church

by Nancy Myer Hopkins (Editor), Nils Friberg (Contributor), Darlene K. Haskin (Contributor), Harold Hopkins (Contributor), Richard Irons (Contributor)10 more, Chilton Knudsen (Contributor), Mark Laaser (Editor), Mary Lou Lavallee (Contributor), Ann Legg (Contributor), Derek Legg (Contributor), Margo Maris (Contributor), Kevin McDonough (Contributor), Katherine Roberts (Contributor), Roxanne Moore Saucier (Contributor), Phyllis A. Willerscheidt (Contributor)

Other authors: Greg Becker (Cover designer)

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What happens to the sense of community and faith of a congregation that finds itself wounded by pastoral sexual abuse? Resources are available to victims and abusers, but what about the congregation, also left with feelings of disbelief, disillusionment, and anger? Leading workers and researchers in this area each offer help on a specific topic. Case studies and first-person testimonies appear throughout. Published in association with the Interfaith Sexual Trauma Institute.… (more)
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Experts in a variety of fields describe the nature of the damage to churches and assess what can be done about it. This book is about crisis and long-term healing strategies for damaged congregations that will restore them to being healthy communities of faith.
  DioceseofOttawa | Jan 26, 2011 |
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Friberg, NilsContributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Haskin, Darlene K.Contributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Laaser, MarkEditormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Maris, MargoContributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
McDonough, KevinContributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
Roberts, KatherineContributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Willerscheidt, Phyllis A.Contributormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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What happens to the sense of community and faith of a congregation that finds itself wounded by pastoral sexual abuse? Resources are available to victims and abusers, but what about the congregation, also left with feelings of disbelief, disillusionment, and anger? Leading workers and researchers in this area each offer help on a specific topic. Case studies and first-person testimonies appear throughout. Published in association with the Interfaith Sexual Trauma Institute.

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