I wrote some articles last month on “Sexual Ethics” among church leaders. I did a two part series that you can find here: (part 1 and part 2). It obviously touched a nerve from the feedback that was received. Through those articles I met a lot of people who emailed me with questions, hurts and past experiences.
One of the people I met was Di. Di is a 51 year old woman who was first abused by her youth minister 34 years ago. She told me in one of our emails, “I appreciate your facing and publicizing this topic. It is a topic that needs to be taken out of the corners and into the light. If God opens the door, I intend to help with that.” Di has done exactly what she has said. She has begun to speak on “Sexual Ethics” at church leaders conferences to ministers, clergy and other church leaders. She’s written articles and she has begun to help others, who have been hurt, through their healing journey.
Di has recently started a blog that will offer a safe environment to talk about this subject. Di’s first post is a powerful one about her journey to find healing. It is a must read, but let me warn you, it is not Rated G. I hope you’ll stop by and welcome her to the blogging community. You can find her blog here: “The Prodigal Daughter.”