“Violence is a violation. Whatever violates another in the sense of infringing upon or disregarding or abusing or denying that other, whether physical harm is involved or not, can be understood as an act of violence. The basic overall definition of violence would then become violation of personhood, an attack on the very being of a person created, as all are, in the image and likeness of God.” - Dr. Diana L. Hayes, “Embracing the Spirit” edited by Emilie M. Townes 

Sojourners: A GUIDE TO MAKE PLACES OF WORSHIP SAFER FOR SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE. "How Brains and Bodies Respond to Trauma." #survivors #restoration #hope


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