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Lord, how long shall the wicked triumph?....

How long shall they utter and speak harsh things?....
They break into pieces thy people....
Yet they say: "The Lord shall not see!"
(Psalm 94:3-7)
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Web Links

Please note that none of the sites listed on this page are constantly monitored. The author cannot guarantee the outcome nor the quality of services. Some sites may be abrasive or offensive to some, in tone or content. Readers are expected to use caution and discernment, as with any site on the Web.

The Faith/Trust Institute
(formerly known as The Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence)

Marie Fortune's Blog at Faith/Trust Institute 
Her Camera Captures Courage
(a site for all survivors)
Bradshaw's Words on Secrecy
Over the Rainbow
(a great place for many resources)
For male survivors
Miller's Review of The Deepest Wound: by Linda Crockett
(a book about mother to child incest)

How a Journey to El Salvador Led to Healing from
Mother-Daughter Incest
For Those Abused in Orphanages
For Survivors of Roloff Evangelical Group Homes
MK Safety Net
(for children of missionaries, abused on the mission field). A "must see" DVD, showing abuse of MK's at Mamou mission boarding school, All God's Children
New Tribes Mission MK's
Interfaith Sexual Trauma Institute
Video about Shame, Vulnerability, and Courage
For Victims of Cults
(especially those from Alamo Christian Ministries)
Especially for Spouses - a podcast
Specifically Regarding Domestic Violence
Article by Rev. Al Miles
(author and outspoken activist working for change in how the faith community responds to domestic violence)
Eastside Domestic Violence Program
The Rave Project
(assisting families of faith impacted by domestic violence)
Out of the Pumpkin Shell
Options for Survivors
(pertains to more than victims of abuse by professionals, but focuses on this population)
(A Site PACKED with Info on Professional Sexual Exploitation!)
(Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests)
Evinger's "Complete Bibliography on Clergy Sexual Abuse"
Educating to End Abuse
(activism in Kansas through TV and more)
(for Southern Baptist survivors)
Sharon's Rose
(especially for people in autonomous congregations)
CEASE: Especially for Adventists
article by Dr. Diana Garland
Dean of Social Work, Baylor University
Associates in Education for Prevention in Pastoral Practice
Survivor Connections
(founded by Frank Fitzpatrick, a long-time survivor advocate, also a victim of Father Porter)
Especially for Catholics
(by the author of "Blind Faith")
Support for the Journey:
(especially for those abused in United Church of Christ circles)
Jewish Coalition Against Sexual Abuse/Assault
(a Jewish resource)
Author Charlotte Schwab
(another Jewish resource)

Other Published Writing by Dee Ann Miller

In addition to the books Miller has written, there are scores of other publications that have given credence to her writings by printing other related articles. Here's the total list of articles that are not found somewhere on this site:

  • "Breaking the Silence"--Baptist Peacemaker, Winter, 1994.
  • "In the Spirit of Queen Esther"--In Search of HealingEditions 2 & 3.
  • 4 Columns from "Reconnections"--from the newsletter of Linkup, The Missing Link.published in 1994 and 1995.
  • "A Monumental Challenge"--from Southern Baptist Women in Ministry's Folio, Fall, 1995.
  • "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, September/October, 1996.
  • "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 of Texas.
  • "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, Summer. 1997.