enditnow® is a worldwide church initiative
enditnow Emphasis Day is on the world church’s Calendar of Days and Events. General Conference Women’s Ministries (GCWM) coordinates the production and distribution of the enditnow® Emphasis Day resource packets.
- North American Division enditnow website
- Church Statements Against Violence
- What Can My Church Do?
- Protecting Our Children
- Sexual Abuse: Reclaiming Hope, a seminar for NAD teacher certification and continuing education credit (CEUs), from Adventist Learning Community
- Children’s Ministries
- Family Ministries
- Health Ministries
- Ministerial Association
- Women’s Ministries
- Youth Ministries
Save the date! 2022 Summit on Abuse November 13!
Widely recognised innovative programs and downloadable resources to promote community-based approaches to preventing domestic violence.
Say NO – UNiTE to End Violence against Women is a social mobilization platform on ending violence against women and girls, contributing towards UN Secretary General’s system -wide campaign, UNiTE to End Violence against Women.
An international directory of domestic violence agencies and domestic violence information in over 80 different languages
A non-profit organization in North America that provides many resources to help those experiencing domestic violence.
Offers resources to help religious leaders, communities, and secular organizations understand and address domestic violence issues.
The Stop Violence Against Women website (STOPVAW), a project of The Advocates for Human Rights, is a forum for information, advocacy and change in the promotion of women’s human rights around the world.
A non-profit organization under the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church that sells books, videos and other materials that are for leaders in the local church.
Tips to stop bullying
A checklist of essentials to take with you when escaping abuse
Domestic violence against men isn’t always easy to identify, but it can be a serious threat. Know how to recognize if you’re being abused — and how to get help.
Understanding and recognizing the problem are the first steps, followed by seeking the proper help to restore safety and happiness in life.