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Michael Broussard's interactive stage show about childhood sexual abuse, "Ask a Sex Abuse Survivor", has been praised by mental health professionals and survivors as a healing tool.
Now presented in partnership with the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse, "Ask a Sex Abuse Survivor" takes a unique approach to fostering an open dialogue on the impacts of abuse. While Michael is telling his story, he also pauses for several feedback breaks throughout the performance, inviting audience members to ask questions, make comments and share their own stories. The debut of the show this past June saw several survivors doing just that: sharing their stories in a safe and supportive space.
"Ask a Sex Abuse Survivor" will be staged again on Sunday, November 9th at 5pm and 7pm at the Adrienne Theater in Philadelphia.
Clinician Megan Doyle of Survivors of Abuse in Recovery called the show "a powerful and moving testimonial to the impact of childhood sexual abuse throughout a lifetime" and said "I would love to see the show reach a larger audience to empower and educate a broader community."
Psychologist Elizabeth Dale Blair said "As a psychologist who treats survivors of childhood sexual abuse, I would highly recommend this show to anyone who struggles with the emotional aftermath of these traumas."
Web site: http://sexabusesurvivor.com
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/askasexabusesurvivor
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Himself a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, striving to pull something positive out of the experience with his stage show "Ask a Sex Abuse Survivor".
In the show, he tells the story of the abuse I suffered and of the path to healing he found. Throughout the performance there are "feedback breaks" where audience members can comment, ask questions and share their own stories.
When the show debuted as part of the Philadelphia SoLowFest this past June, he was gratified to find many survivors sharing their stories in an atmosphere that was 100% safe and supportive.
After the debut, he partnered with the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse, to better promote "Ask a Sex Abuse Survivor" and reach more survivors.
Reflections of 25 Years
Recently Dr. Randy White experienced a milestone when he resigned from his pastorate at the First Baptist Church of Katy, Tex., where he had served since 2003, to pursue new ministry opportunities that he will be sharing much more about in the near future.
He and his wife Shelley have moved to Taos, N.M., where Dr. White is now pastoring the First Baptist Church there, and he also continues to expand his outreach through Randy White Ministries.
As he looks back on 12 years in Katy and 25 years of pastoral ministry, Dr. White has been writing a series of articles sharing some of the lessons he has learned and insights he has gained during the past quarter-century.
On today’s edition of Ask the Theologian, Dr. White will walk the listeners through some of the most important of these reflections. Here is a list of the topics we will cover:
Sometimes we need to re-learn the things we thought we knew in our youth.
There is a difference between growing a crowd and growing a church.
Believe it or not, churches can become too big.
There are actually advantages to participating in a smaller church.
We can become so busy in ministry that we sometimes begin to neglect the Bible itself.
It is important that a pastor focus on preaching—as opposed to leading.
The pastor’s title matters.
The more you get to know about a church, the more you know that it has problems.
Most church problems spring from very simple issues.
Boring is not always bad, but truth is ultimate.
Boredom is not the sin, but disregarding boring truth is the sin.
In that light, we have a new series on dispensationalism beginning on Wednesday night.
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Tonight's special guest is Lenora Thompson from Minnesota, a child abuse survivor and freelance writer whose areas of expertise are narcissistic abuse, mind control techniques (and how they relate to Satanic Ritual Abuse), co-dependence, Stockholm Syndrome and all their offshoots...projection, covert incest and infantilization. The "official story" of her upbringing is that she came from a wonderful, close, loving, caring, born-again Christian family who never abused her and made all their choices for her well-being and safety. Her parents were extremely protective and strict. "These boundaries never changed, no matter how old I got, Lenora says. "They also found reasons for insisting I terminate all of my romantic relationships." She and her husband moved 300 miles away and in 2013 something went "click" when he observed, "You're showing symptoms of abuse, brainwashing and acting like you're from a cult." She'd lost her self-esteem, which her parents "owned," and had become semi-paralyzed by feeling so horrible about herself, which triggered OCD. "That was two years ago," she says, "and I've been obsessed with studying the topics listed on my website ever since. Although recovery is lifelong, I am feeling calmer than ever before." Freelance writing is more than a career for Lenora. It's an obsession. A passion. "Finally!" she writes, "a career I love and can do from my little cottage with the morning glories around the front door, the sun dappling through the lace curtains, a glass of sun tea at my elbow and a sleepy bichon frise at my feet." She's interested in writing for NAASCA, and we'd be delighted to have her!
Tough and difficult issues are facing our children: Missing and exploited kids; Child sex exploitation and victimization,;Child sex trafficking, child , child prostitution; Internet safety for children;Qustionable parenting; Aggravated abuse to a child and cyberbullying/bullying
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If you are in a domestic violence situation, my phenomenal Guest today will be:
Melissa Holmes, Founder of: "Love Shouldn't Hurt" who will motivate & inspire you to stop taking the abuse, and empower you to become: A Women of Power:
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Ms. Melissa Holmes has been blessed of the LORD to be a blessing to other women; for out of her many struggles with domestic violence, she escaped, and God has chosen her as:a "VESSEL UNTO HIS HONOR!"
LSH is giving a sense of purpose through daily prayers and supportive post, motivating people to leave abusive situations, and helping victims heal after abuse.
Our guest will be Powerful Biz Woman Donya Zimmerman!
Hear her journey and how she has dedicated her business to empower women to envision their dream of starting a business as a possibility and reality!
Donya Zimmerman is the principle owner of Powerful Biz Woman (DBA of FACMBC). She is a business consultant, aspiring author, and public speaker/trainer. Donya received her Juris Doctorate (JD) in Law from University of Baltimore Law School. Donya has a segment entitled “Powerful Biz Tip of the Week” on the Radio Show “Warrior Woman Radio” hosted by Khadija Ali that runs every Monday at 7:00 pm. Donya has a segment entitled “Ask the Legal Expert” on the Radio Show “Women Who Rock With Success’ hosted by Diane Winbush that airs every third Tuesday of the month at 10:00 am. Donya is a contributing writer with the Maryland Daily Examiner Newspaper. She is also a Guest Blogger for Leadership Girl Online Magazine. She is a contributing legal expert writer for the Professional Pastors Magazine and Women Who Rock with Success Magazine. Donya has made article contributions to the Simply Inspirational Women in Business Journal for 2014 published by Dr. Cheryl Cottle. She has her own blog site entitled “Business Development and Conflict Resolution” discussing business development, conflict resolution, and the daily life of being a small business owner. Donya has also conducted several workshops and speaking engagements on business startups and female entrepreneurship. Donya has few books in the pipeline that will be published in the latter part of 2015. The books titles are: 1. Daily Devotionals for Entrepreneurs; 2. How to Create a Strong Inner Will Power; 3. Entrepreneurship 101: Textbook Guide for Aspiring Entrepreneurs; and 4. 10 Small Business Owner Tips for Newbie Entrepreneurs.
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