In today's Personal Touch interview Rebecca Cressman chats with Bonnie. Bonnie L. Peters is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and a Master of Social Work degree. She is the Executive Director of the Family Support Center, a licensed child welfare agency whose mission is to protect children, strengthen families and prevent child abuse. The Family Support Center offers crisis nurseries, counseling, respite, daycare, in-home parent support, and transitional housing to help families rebuild stable, nurturing families. There is also an Adults Molested as Children support group to help survivors heal. Bonnie has extensive experience working with people of diverse backgrounds and lifestyles and has a passion for human rights and equality. She has years of experience in social service arenas. She has received many awards and recognitions for her work in child welfare. She serves on many committees and boards. She and her husband Jim have parented twelve children.
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But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.
Considering the book we're sharing today, Healing by Marion Stewart, I think this scripture is appropriate. It's hard to think clearly whenever children are concerned. It's hard to try to be Christ-like, when all you may think is how to hurt the perpetrator.
What are your thoughts about the subject? Please share with us.
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