Justin Holcomb

Justin is an Episcopal priest (serving as the Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida) and teaches theology, philosophy, and Christian thought at Gordon-Conwell-Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminary. He previously taught at the University of Virginia and Emory University. Justin serves on the boards of REST (Real Escape from the Sex Trade) and GRACE (Godly Response to Abuse in Christian Environments). He holds two masters degrees from Reformed Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from Emory University. Justin and his wife, Lindsey, live in Orlando, Florida, with their two daughters.

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Protecting Your Child From Sexual Abuse

Pastor Justin Holcomb talks about some of the ways parents can protect their children from child abuse.

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Keeping Our Kids Safe From Predators

Statistics show that 93 percent of abuse victims knew their perpetrators. Pastor Justin Holcomb helps parents teach their children how to protect their bodies from those who would do them harm.

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Prepare to Be Safe

If your marriage is abusive, what should you do? Author and pastor Justin Holcomb gives some steps to take to devise your own safety plan.

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Deliver Us From Evil

Can domestic abuse be found in Christian homes too? Absolutely, states Pastor Justin Holcomb. A desire for power and control over someone else is at the root of domestic abuse, Justin says.

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What Is Domestic Abuse?

Domestic abuse is ravaging our homes. Pastor Justin Holcomb defines the meaning of domestic violence and shares a little about his wife’s experience growing up with an abusive father.

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Be Angry, But Do Not Sin

Sexual abuse is at epidemic levels.

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Grace: The Gospel’s Answer to Disgrace

Does the sexual abuse you suffered make you feel like a disgrace?

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Grace: The Gospel’s Answer to Disgrace

Does the sexual abuse you suffered make you feel like a disgrace?

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You Are Not to Blame

Sexual abuse. Even the word makes us cringe.

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