Abuse: A Generational Curse
How can the cycle be broken? Isn't divorce the answer?
About the Guest
The seeds of abuse are planted early in life. On today's broadcast, detective Sergeant Donald Stewart and counselor Debi Pryde share statistics proving that children of abuse often grow up to be abusers. How can the cycle be broken? Isn't divorce the answer? Today, we address the tough issues of separation, divorce, and child protection.
Debi PrydeDebi and her husband, Tom, live in La Verne, California, where they stay active in their local church. Debi has taught various ladies' Bible classes and spoken to ladies' groups for over 30 years. She developed a ladies' Biblical counseling ministry for Christian women in the Los Angeles area while attending Westminster Theological Seminary in Escondido, California. She's presently serving as a staff counselor for Lighthouse Baptist Church. Debi and Tom have two adult children and six grand...more
Don StewartDon Stewart is a veteran officer of the sheriff's department in Green Bay, WI. He is certified by the federal government to train officers and health care professionals to respond to domestic violence. He teaches law enforcement at a college, is the founder and president of Mid-West Turn-A-Round Trainers, and was Ambassador for Promise Keepers.
How can the cycle be broken? Isn’t divorce the answer?
Episodes in this Series
Build-Up, Blow-Up, Make-Up: The Cycle of Domestic Violence
Learn how to identify the build-up, blow-up, and make-up phases of an abusive relationship.
The Profile of an Abuser
How can one identify a potential abuser before marrying him? What are the signs?
Domestic Violence: Understanding the Issue
Just how prevalent is domestic abuse in our culture? What about in the church?