Every April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and the national theme for this month in 2014 is 'Healthy Sexuality & Young People.' In…Read More

Healthy Sexuality, Healthy Relationships

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  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderEvery April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and the national theme for this month in 2014 is “Healthy Sexuality & Young People.” In recognition of this month, we at See the Triumph are turning our attention to the theme of “Healthy Sexuality, Healthy Relationships.” Throughout this month,…Read More

"All this month, we’ve focused on how faith communities can take action to challenge the stigma surrounding abuse and provide support to…Read More

Reflections on Faith and Nonviolence

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  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderI’m taking a different approach to today’s blog post, in that I want to share some personal reflections on how my own faith has shaped my views about abuse and nonviolence. As a lifelong Christian (I’ve attended mostly Presbyterian churches throughout my life, and now attend a non-denominational…Read More

"If a survivor feels safe to share his or her story within a church setting--whether that is with a full congregation or with smaller…Read More

Creating Safe Spaces for Survivors to Share Their Stories in Churches

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  By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderThis month, we’ve been focusing on ways that churches can help to challenge the stigma surrounding intimate partner violence, and especially the stigma the survivors may face from within their faith communities. One idea that we heard on how faith communities could do this is by providing a forum…Read More

"These denominational stances are really important and meaningful in the movement to end IPV and the stigma around it. They create a…Read More

Denominations Taking a Stance Against Domestic Violence

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03/18/2014 0 Comments   By Christine Murray, See the Triumph Co-FounderLast week, we highlighted specific churches and regional religious groups that are creatively and intentionally addressing intimate partner violence. Did you know that some of the major Christian denominations have also actively taken a stance against intimate partner…Read More

"Whether you are aware or not, you know an IPV victim, survivor, or abuser; therefore, it’s important for you to get involved, engaged and…Read More

Intimate Partner Violence Affects Every Person in Every Community

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  By Sara Forcella, See the Triumph ContributorIntimate partner violence is a global phenomenon― a public health concern which affects every community, in every state in the United States and beyond. While the effects of partner violence may be the most apparent and detrimental to those who are being directly abused, they ripple out into every…Read More
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