In partnership with God, we are all potential “change agents” to build safe Adventist communities where abuse has no place.
“The Church Police”—that’s how some Adventists refer to Adsafe. I’ve also heard comments such as “Adsafe presumes everyone is guilty and always takes the victim’s
For people like Nali*, a mother of five in Papua New Guinea, abuse of power came from someone who claimed to love her most.
Adsafe in collaboration with Adventist Media have created a video to increase awareness about abuse and its impact within the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s organisational context.
“Abuse of power affects both men and women. It’s a discussion we need to have as a church.” An online summit is being held this Friday night (August 26) on the eve of enditnow Emphasis Day.
We tend to moralise or shut down discussions about sex fearing it will lead to bad choices, but the church should be at the forefront, presenting a good biblical understanding and sexual ethic.
An anatomy of sexual assault and the Church’s response.
Almost 140 Adsafe compliance assistants from local churches across Australia and New Zealand took part in an online forum conducted by Adsafe staff on November 21.
The first session served as awareness training for the TPUM staff, introducing them to the types of operations and services offered by Adsafe.
Described as a shadow pandemic, domestic violence is a silent killer. And it happens in the Church more than you think.