Monthly Archives: July 2012

Unconditional or (Gasp!) Conditional Forgiveness? Which is Right?

Forgiveness is a subject that has come up on this blog more than one time.  Some believe that the creators of the blog (abuse survivors of Donn Ketcham) are bitter and unforgiving and therefore, in sin.  Others (myself included) believe … Continue reading

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Facebook Page for Bangladesh MKs Speak

New Facebook Page for Bangladesh MKs Speak! Continue reading

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Emotional Abuse in the Local Church by Mary J. Yerkes

 “Emotional abuse is always a component of physical, sexual, and verbal abuse, but it can also stand alone,” she says. “In all cases of abuse, the perpetrator uses intimidation, humiliation, isolation and fear to diminish their victim’s sense of self … Continue reading

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ABWE Missionaries Share about their G.R.A.C.E. Interviews

Recently, a couple of dear friends shared their testimonies with me regarding the missionary interviews that are currently underway.  As I listened to their hearts I realized that what they had to say would be very helpful for others who … Continue reading

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People are Eternal

“I swore never to be silent wherever and whenever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” (Elie Wiesel) This is one of … Continue reading

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Announcing the Opening of our Facebook Page!

Want another way to stay “tuned in” to what is going on with Bangladesh MKs Speak?  Go to our NEW! Facebook Page and like it so that blog posts and more will show up on your newsfeed.  Listed below are … Continue reading

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Too Close To Home

by Diana Durrill As I heard the news today and read through the Freeh Report and the Louis Freeh Press Release, I couldn’t help but find the following statements to be eerily similar to the ABWE story.  I’ve copied a few … Continue reading

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