October 3-5 the ERLC hosted a national conference devoted to the subject of helping churches become safe from abuse (preventative care) and safe for the abused (responsive care). The ERLC has made the content from that conference available free so that churches can continue to grow in these vitally important areas.

I have included those videos below, in the order they occurred at the conference, to continue to push this content out for churches learn from.

The Church’s Response to Abuse is a Gospel Issue – Russell Moore

Survivor Story – Susan Codone

Abuse and Mental Health: Understanding the Long-Term Effects of Trauma – Kay Warren

Survivor Story – Megan Lively

Overturning Myths Related to Sexual Abuse and the Church – J.D. Greear

Panel:  Sexual Abuse in the Southern Baptist Convention – Phillip Bethancourt (moderator)

Survivor Story – Jackie Hill Perry

Rid of My Disgrace: The Work of Christ and the Effects of Abuse – Justin Holcomb

The Courage to Confront the Crisis of Abuse in the Church – Beth Moore

Light in the Darkness: Abuse and the Hope of the Gospel – Gary Haugen

Facts vs. Myths: Understanding Who Child Sexual Abusers Actually Are – Gregory Love

Survivor Story – Jennifer Michelle Greenberg

Walking with the Broken: Caring Well for Friends and Family who Have Experienced Abuse – Jamie Ivey

Winter Inside the Church and Hope for Spring – Boz Tchividjian

Panel: Becoming a Church that Cares Well for the Abused – Brad Hambrick (moderator)

Caring Well: Phillip Bethancourt

Suffering and the Heart of God: How Trauma Destroys and Christ Restores – Diane Langberg

We Too: How the Church Can Respond Redemptively to the Sexual Abuse Crisis – Mary DeMuth

Restoration and the Cycle of Abuse – Herbie Newell

What Is a Girl Worth?: A conversation with Rachael Denhollander and Russell Moore on the Church’s Abuse Crisis

For more training visit churchcares.com.