Posts Tagged: domestic violence awareness month

Full Armor: Belt of Truth

Full Armor: Belt of Truth airs August 21, 2017 – learn what this means to your life and salvation. In “Turn to God with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey reiterated the need for putting on the full armor of God (Ephesians 6:10-24) so we can stand when the enemy comes, in spiritual warfare all around us. Concentration in… Read more »

Tragedy & Forgiveness

Airing May 29, 2017 Tragedy & Forgiveness Click for details   In “Turn to God with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey reveals a portion of her personal testimony that is generally not shared. Why tell it? So others who are in domestic violence or have gotten out, but are still stuck in it emotionally can see… Read more »

Meet Yolanda Gray on May 23

In “Abundant Living with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey introduces her guest, Yolanda Gray, who delivers her message as a personal coach and a speaker of real-life women’s issues. Those issues include substance abuse and addictions. Yolanda facilitates groups, interactive workshops, and empowering restorative retreats. She holds a Master’s degree in Human Relations and a certification… Read more »

Carin’s Story of Survival

In “Turn to God with Carin,” Carin Jayne Casey shares her personal story of a life of domestic violence, and recovery. Beginning in her early forties, Casey was depressed and lonely after her children had moved out of state. Her previous relationship had failed, and she essentially turned her back on God. She was ripe for something… Read more »

Book Event at Fort Lee

This is going to be a great event – mark your calendars now and join us at Fort Lee, Virginia!

How Am I to React?

Sunday morning I planned to come downstairs, fix a cup of tea and bring my geriatric sweetheart (our female lap-dog) out onto the front porch with me to enjoy some quiet time before my husband got up. Her room is also the laundry room, and when I opened her door, I found that she had… Read more »

Domestic Abuse Beyond the Grave?

An abuser apparently figured out a way to continue abusing or harassing his victim’s family, long after he’d already killed his victim. The abuser and victim were husband and wife. He served time for the crime, but upon his death requested to be buried with his wife.Really? I didn’t realize a man would have rights… Read more »

Senseless Tragedy

  I’ve been greatly saddened in reading the recent Richmond Times-Dispatch stories about Stafford L. Shaw Sr., who killed his girlfriend and baby, then while trying to escape the police on I-295, hit another vehicle and ultimately caused two more fatalities before his own death. Shaw had been implicated in murder of a young pregnant… Read more »

Purple Polish on Your Ring Finger

Many women are wearing purple polish on their ring finger this month. Why? To represent domestic violence awareness. When folks notice the purple, It prompts them to ask. Then they realize the significance of it being on the ring finger! This is a good way to help get domestic violence awareness out! I think I’ll… Read more »

NYSUM Extreme Makeover

You Can Make A Difference! If you want to help those who have suffered from domestic violence, there’s a wonderful way! Participate in the yearly New York School of Urban Ministry’s  (NYSUM) Extreme Makeover! If you missed it this year, plan to go 2016! Or you can otherwise help the effort. Many churches participate to… Read more »