Training to Prevent Childhood Sexual Abuse – Are We Overreacting?

Kimberly Rae is back on the blog today to share the next part in her series to teach parents and child-care providers how to recognize and avoid sexual abuse. Be sure to check out Kimberly’s coloring book, I Am Safe, and companion book that explains important safety habits for children in a non-threatening manner. Keep reading to find out how you can download a few FREE pages below! When I first had kids, if someone told me I should talk with {Read More}

Josh Duggar & a Mommy’s Fear | Why Our Children Need to Know About Sexual Abuse {by Kimberly Rae}

Statistics say that 90% of childhood sexual abuse cases happen with a person the family knows, so we can no longer assume our kids are safe if we keep them away from strangers. This staggering number is why author Kimberly Rae is passionate about fighting human trafficking and sexual abuse of children. Kimberly will be on the blog this week for a 3-part series teaching parents and child-care providers to recognize and avoid sexual abuse. Be sure to check out Kimberly’s coloring book, {Read More}

I’m FOR the Duggars

I was lying on my bed, checking Facebook when I first heard the news about Josh Duggar inappropriately touching five young women when he was a young teenager. I was heartbroken by the news in so many ways. I was heartbroken because of the victims. I was heartbroken for the Duggar family. I was heartbroken for Josh. Throughout the last week I’ve ruminated about my response to this, and as I’ve prayed for this family my thoughts have settled on one {Read More}

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