Stalking

Note: Please know that stalking is not just something women can be subjected to. Men can also be victimized in this way. If you are a man, please change the pronouns accordingly. This article is adapted from a book, which addresses women. But this type of abusive behavior is also Read More…

Safety on the Internet for Abuse Victims

It’s only natural for abuse victim to look for some type of help and maybe find a way of escape. If you find yourself in that place, please work on Developing a Safety Plan first. (The above link will help you to put together a plan.) Fortunately, the Internet contains Read More…

Domestic Violence Safety Plan Guidelines

We realize that there are various reasons why spouses stay in abusive relationships. And even though Marriage Missions doesn’t condone abuse in any way, we can’t tell you what to do. But we want to give you some safety plan guidelines. We believe they could help you to better protect Read More…

Hope For Pastors Who Batter

The following is an interview with Paul Hegstrom and the Editor of STEPS, Dale Ryan. Both Paul and Dale will give hope and insight if you are on either end of battering. For the abuse victim, it can give hope that change IS possible. And for pastors who batter—there is hope Read More…

How Do I Respond to Physical Abuse?

Let me begin by saying that I cannot think of a circumstance in a marriage or family that could justify abuse of any kind. That includes physical abuse, emotional, mental, or sexual abuse. Abusive behavior was never and can never be a part of God’s plan for a marriage or Read More…

My Husband Abused Me and Our Child

If you’re having a “problem” where your husband has abused you, and your child, the article below is one you should read. It starts out with someone who wrote the following note, and question: PROBLEM: “I was for 3 years married to a military man. He was violent and abusive after Read More…