Resources for Parents

You have the power to create a safer environment for your children.

By understanding SA and CSA, how to talk to your children about it, and what you can do if you're worried something isn't right, you can help keep your family safer.

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SA and CSA are terms that refer to two different types of criminal sexual acts. Understanding what SA and CSA are, how the Bible and the law require us to respond to SA and CSA, and how and when it occurs in the Truth is an important step in creating a safer community.

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100% safety at any gathering is never guaranteed, but thorough SA and CSA prevention policies can help deter potential predators. For convention-ground-owners, thorough policies can show due-diligence in case something happens on your property.

These questions can help you decide how safe you feel attending or hosting a convention.

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The abuse of power is all but inevitable unless there are systems of accountability that prevent it. When we treat power as a collective responsibility, however, power becomes a way for us to correct harmful dynamics.

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In early December 2023, Friends banded together to commit to creating safer fellowship by implementing policies within their meetings. This statement of commitment was spearheaded by Friends in the Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma regions of the United States. We applaud their bravery and encourage you to stand with them in this commitment.

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When it comes to sexual abuse, prevention is the key. So, what can parents do to prevent child sexual abuse? Here are five tips that will help you keep your children safe.

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This resource from RAINN can teach you ways to keep your children safer.

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Help keep others and yourself safer by learning what grooming is and how to recognize the warning signs.

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