The Way Home: Mary DeMuth on the Church’s response to abuse

Mary DeMuth is a survivor of childhood sexual assault. She has written numerous books talking openly about how this shaped her life, how God has healed her, and how this has affected her as a wife and mother. Her most recent book is We Too: How the Church Can Respond Redemptively to the Sexual Abuse Crisis.…

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The Way Home: Rachael Denhollander on advocating for abuse survivors

Rachael Denhollander was the first woman to come forward about the abuse and systemic coverup by USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University. Her testimony in a victim impact statment, directly confronting her abuser, Larry Nassar, went viral as she spoke of God’s justice and his grace. She has won numerous awards from Time Magazine, ESPN,…

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The Way Home: Chris Fabry on “Overcomer”

Chris Fabry joins me to discuss his novel Overcomer, the companion novel to the movie by the same name. Chris is an award-winning author and radio personality who hosts Chris Fabry Live on Moody Radio. This episode of The Way Home is brought to you by The Good Book Company. Show Notes:  Book: Overcomer Twitter: @chrisfabry…

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The Way Home: Lee Eclov on viewing the church as family

Today is a special Tuesday edition of The Way Home podcast. I am so glad to be joined by Lee Eclov. Lee has been a mentor to me. He is pastor of Village Church of Lincolnshire in Lake Forest, Ill., and author of Feels Like Home: How Rediscovering the Church as Family Changes Everything. Show…

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