A Powerful Conversation with Sarah McDugal
April is Abuse Awareness Month so Beth and Kim sat down and had a powerful conversation with Sarah McDugal about modesty culture. This conversation is not for young ears and it may be triggering. It is however an important conversation that we hope men and women will listen to. Especially parents of both girls and boys alike. We think you will find this helpful!
Sarah McDugal is an author, speaker, trainer, and Abuse Recovery Coach who works exclusively with women wounded by toxic relationships in the faith community. An Alumnus of Southern Adventist University, she also received her Master's degree from Andrews University.
Sarah is the founder of Wilderness to WILD, which provides coaching, courses, and resources for women recovering from abuse. She also serves on the EndItNow Task Force for Policy on Sexual Ethics and Misconduct in North America.
Sarah has published seven books, including:
- Myths We Believe, Predators We Trust
- Safe Churches: Responding to Abuse in the Faith Community
- Abuse Advocacy: A Quick Visual Guide
- Understanding and Implementing Sexual Misconduct Policy
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