Hope+Help Podcast

Hosted by Christine Chappell

Hope + Help LIVE for Domestic Abuse with Chris Moles, Joy Forrest, & Ann Maree Goudzwaard

From the series:
What can you do now? I think the best thing you can do now is to equip yourself: see what domestic abuse looks like, see how women who have been traumatized respond.

– Ann Maree Goudzwaard

About the Episode

In this episode of the Hope + Help Podcast, Christine Chappell interviews authors and biblical counselors Chris Moles, Joy Forrest, and Ann Maree Goudzwaard via Facebook LIVE about domestic abuse care in today's COVID-19 context. Together, the panel discusses cautions for victim/counselor communications, the danger of handling domestic abuse situations as marriage counseling cases, various ways to get equipped for one-another care when face-to-face contact with high-risk women and children is restricted, the basics and importance of developing a safety plan, and much more.

About the Guests

View Chris Moles' ministry website, bio, and resources at ChrisMoles.org.

View Joy Forrest's ministry website, bio, and resources at CalledToPeace.org.

View Ann Maree's ministry website, bio, and resources at AnnMareeGoudzwaard.com.


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Domestic Abuse Observation Videos & Handbook

Learn how to confront the evil of domestic abuse with Pastor and Biblical Counselor Chris Moles, author of the book “The Heart of Domestic Abuse”. Pastor and author Jeremy Pierre portrays “Travis”, the counselee. Pierre creates a challenging portrait of an abuser, one who you might never expect. This approach helps illustrate the difficulty for those who encounter abuse for the first time.

Advocate Joy Forrest joins Craig and Darci Marshall of IBCD to round out the case, demonstrating the team-based approach that is imperative for handling the difficulty of abuse dynamics. Post-session debriefs and roundtable discussion also walk viewers through the development of the case. Our prayer is that this practical ministry training will help you grow in your response to domestic abuse, and respond with the heart of Christ toward those who are hurting.


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