Abusive religion & spiritual abuse
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES are on the page EX-Quiverfull….Survivor Resources
The Barnabas Ministry “ helps people deal with unsatisfying, difficult, unhealthy or abusive church experiences”
Breaking Their Will: Shedding Light on Religious Child Maltreatment (book) by Janet Heimlich as well as the author’s blog Religious Child Maltreatment.
Commandments of Men “Examining the dark, hyper-fundamentalist side of the Christian faith, including movements such as Patriarchy, Quiverfull, Courtship, Family Integrated Churches, Christian Homeschooling, the Religious Right, and many more.”
The Cult Next Door survivor blog
Freedom For Christian Women Coalition
Includes links to the Seneca Falls 2 Evangelical Women’s Rights Convention
Freedom From Abuse Network “Freedom from emotional, spiritual, sexual & physical abuse from within the Independent Fundamentalist Baptist (IFB) churches, christian schools, group homes and colleges.” Also includes Bill Gothard’s organization.
Former Hephzibah Girls Survivors blog
Free Elsie FACEBOOK [private] group for girls who survived Patriarchy-influenced homeschooling.
Galatians 4 Blog that points our false teachers and tries to warn sincere Christians of abuse.
Hephzibah House [official cite]
Ill-legalism Site supporting recovering legalists
Independent Spirits: Freedom from the Umbrella of Deception web site for survivors and other ex-ATI/IBLP members.
Jen’s Gems LINK I LINK 2Vision Forum leader’s abuse
Author Kathryn Joyce’s blog (Author of Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement)
Quivering Daughters Blog and book by survivor [daughter] of the Quiverfull movement.
RH Reality Check Quiverfull page
Are Scott and Andrea Bass a Quiverfull Family [abuse story]
Submission Tyranny in Church & Society [blog of Author, Waneta Dawn see her novel below]
Three in One Makes Five Survivor blog
Under Much Grace “Resources for Recovery From Spiritual Abuse” Blogger Under Much Grace offers a long, helpful list of information sources on Hephzibah House along with information for survivors of abuse at that institution. She also offers Three Things You Can do to Stop the Abuse at Hephzibah House.
Unspoken Words a Message survivor’s blog
Why Not Train A Child? This blog discusses the abuse committed by followers of Michael and Debi Pearl
Women in Ministry Offers a “dialogue on the issue of women in ministry and the freedom for women to teach the bible in a public setting.”
Author Waneta Dawn’s novel, “Behind the Hedge,” looks at Christian submissive marriage gone wrong.
Girl’s Guide to Homelessness [Jehovah’s Witness] Not really QF but may be of interest.