Other Advocacy Writing
As a follow-up to How Little We Knew, Dee Miller has had
scores of articles about clergy sexual and/or domestic abuse published in a variety of other
publications. Some are re-published on this site. Those that are not can be obtained through Dee or through the editor of the particular publication.
"Breaking the Silence"--Baptist Peacemaker, Winter, 1994.
"In the Spirit of Queen Esther"--In Search of HealingEditions 2
4 Columns from "Reconnections"--from the newsletter of Linkup,
Link.published in 1994 and 1995.
"A Monumental Challenge"--from Southern Baptist Women in Ministry's Folio,
"Sexual Assault: Caring for Survivors"--The Journal of Christian Nursing,
Spring, 1996. (Issue includes a book review of How Little We Knew by the editor.)
"Breaking the Silence: Confronting Clergy Sexual Abuse"--The Other Side,
"Let's Talk Straight about Clergy Sexual and Domestic Violence"--a document
prepared especially for distribution at the 1996 conference on Violence
sponsored by the Christian Life Commission of the Baptist General Convention
"Just for the Brave"--a 35-page set of helps, providing comfort and validation
to survivors from all faiths. Ends with an open letter to a survivor of
clergy domestic violence.
"Where Do We Go From Here?"--a resource list for anyone attempting to address
clergy sexual and domestic violence (no longer available since there are many other resources that are more thoroughly done since this was prepared)
"When the System Gets Sick?"--The Journal of Christian Nursing,
E-mail the author for assistance in finding any of the above work,
as well as other resources, including information about survivor retreats,
helpful professionals or advocates, recorded songs by a singing survivor
and song-writer, or a quilted mural which has been used in advocacy work.