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Upcoming Training

Online Course: Healthy Boundaries 101 (Sept 2019)

Sep 16, 2019 to Oct 18, 2019

Our online Healthy Boundaries 101 for Clergy and Spiritual Leaders begins on September 16, 2019. This five-week course allows participants to examine the complex roles and situations of ministry in a thoughtful, reflective way. Read more...

2019 Safe and Healthy Churches Training

Sep 27, 2019 to Sep 28, 2019

On September 27-28, 2018 in Norfolk, VA, FaithTrust Institute and InFaith Community Foundation are offering a groundbreaking training to infuse faith communities with the tools and knowledge they need to address domestic violence, child abuse and other forms of relationship violence. "Safe and Healthy Churches: Ending Family Violence" Training focuses on educating a team within each church community, to create a core leadership with a shared mission of preventing violence, supporting victims, and holding perpetrators accountable. Read more...

White Plum Healthy Boundaries Online Course (Oct-Nov 2019)

Oct 07, 2019 to Nov 09, 2019

This course is created specifically for Buddhist teachers and senior students Read more...

 

Recent Blog Posts

Guest Blog: Pope's 'New' Approach Makes No Sense

This guest blog by Mary Dispenza, NW Directory of SNAP, discusses the failures of the new Vatican policy on reporting sexual abuse.

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Guest Blog: Hope in the Research, #3

Since 2008, FaithTrust generously has posted a continuing document I compile, Annotated Bibliography of Clergy Sexual Abuse and Sexual Boundary Violations in Religious Communities. Intended as extensive and broad, the Bibliography, as of the semi-annual update of November, 2018, includes 80+ additions. It is now 1,710 pages, excluding the Introduction. From the new entries, four themes which deserve attention are identified below.

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Guest Blog: The Moment It Suddenly Became Personal

It was a special day. It was the day of the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin’s funeral. It was going to be televised on a Saturday and I was poised to watch the funeral no matter how long the services lasted. I taped every channel I thought would be airing her funeral and basically cleared my day so that I could watch the funeral live and listen to all the deserving tributes in word and song from her family, friends, and professional colleagues. It would be a history making day.

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