P 91 Surviving Child Sexual Abuse: Supporting Adults in the Church


There is now greater awareness of the issue of sexual abuse both within and outside the church: as many as 1 in 4 of the average congregation may have suffered abuse in some form. But many are still unclear about the best way to respond.

This carefully-researched study looks at how adult survivors might react to their experience, and particularly at how their view of God may have been affected. It offers practical ways in which churches can shape their teaching and worship in order to communicate God's love effectively.

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Author: Revd Jeanette Gosney

Jeanette was a teacher before training for ordination at St John's College, Nottingham, where she completed an MPhil which explored issues concerning adult survivors of child sexual abuse and the church. She was a curate in Ipswich and a Chaplain in Loughborough University and Colleges before becoming Tutor in Practical Theology at Trinity College, Bristol.

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