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My Seven Years Working for the Elijah List by Kevin Kleint

As of this writing (Feb 2011) it’s been about three years since I ended my employment with the Elijah List. It started around the year 2000. I was working for Hewlett-Packard and, through the grapevine, I learned of this daily … Continue reading

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Wicked Shepherds – Spiritual Abuse Questionnaire and Information

Is your church a place where you can feel safe to bring your family to, a place where the children, the husband/wife relationships, the marriage institution, the family unit itself, is truly held in the highest respect and reverence and is defended against … Continue reading

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How to Spot Religious Abuse

As we have consistently asserted, there are indeed many fine, balanced and healthy Christian churches and associations where wholesome and uplifting spirituality serves as the foundation for their activity, ministry, and contribution to society as a whole, seeking to serve … Continue reading

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Abuse – Recover from All Seven Forms

Abuse Recover From All Seven Forms Abuse is the improper use of power by one person to the detriment of another. It can occur: in homes as child abuse or domestic violence; in workplaces as sexual or racial harassment; in … Continue reading

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Religious Abuse – Links to Websites, Videos and Books

This is not a list of recommended books, but is meant to give some examples of the huge number of Christian books available.  Some figures here: How Many Christian Books are There? Careful research is recommended as to the content … Continue reading

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How to Identify Religious Abuse

As we have consistently asserted, there are indeed many fine, balanced and healthy Christian churches and associations where wholesome and uplifting spirituality serves as the foundation for their activity, ministry, and contribution to society as a whole, seeking to serve … Continue reading

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