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Jessica May 29, 2015 at 3:59 pm


I just wanted to let you know I found this article extremely helpful and interesting. This is definitely a emotionally charged topic, but certainly one that needs to be addressed. While growing in my faith I experimented with several churches and many of them were unfriendly, abusive, or judgements and unwelcoming of people who were “different”. It almost caused me, as a new Christian, to question my religion. Is this really what church was meant to be? Is this really how I’m supposed to act? But thankfully, by the grace of God, He lead me to a wonderful congration that was supportive and welcoming to me and I have not left since! I am truly blessed by God that he did not let me get frustrated along the way! Thanks for posting 🙂

nr June 18, 2016 at 9:15 am

That is how my hu and runs our family

Kathleen Maynard October 29, 2016 at 9:14 pm

Thank you for your article. Throughout the articles on abusive churches that I’ve read on the internett, “Public shame” is a constant. I was stalked, shamed, and now shunned by a church of a major denomination that I visited (was not a member) for a once-a-week workshop last summer. Here is my Facebook post; feel free to share.

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