Resources for Survivors of Sexual Assault

If you are a survivor of sexual assault and would like to speak with one of our staff members in more depth, adult women, please email Emily Wood and adult men, please email Howard Griffin. Teen women, email Anna McCay, and teen men, email Kim Talley or Blake Milum. You can also call the church office at 806-373-4242. Below you will find several resources to help you through your healing journey.

 Recommend for Counseling Services:

 Recommend for Support Group:

Book Recommendations

for Adults:

  1. The Wounded Heart by Dan B. Allender

  2. The Courage to Heal by Ellen Bass & Laura Davis

  3. The Sexual Healing Journey by Wendy Maltz

  4. The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk

  5. The Choice by Edith Eger

  6. Rid of My Disgrace by Justin S. Holcomb & Lindsey A. Holcomb

  7. We Were the Least of These by Elaine A. Heath

  8. Helping Victims of Sexual Abuse by Jeanette Vought & Lynn Heitritter

  9. Light Shines In the Darkness by Lucille F. Sider

  10. Mind Over Mood by Dennis Greenberger

Two Helpful Articles from Christianity Today magazine:

Talk. Pray. Know.

 Women's Small Group

This Small Group meets at our new space, Murray's House, at 3614 SW 6th Street (across 6th from Aldacos Tacos; parking by Wildside Smoke Shop) on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. 

This might be the group for you if you have experienced any of the following: lost children, a death in the family, isolation, caring for elderly parents or a spouse, feeling unknown by your church family, or other types of loss. 


Talk. Pray. Know. is: 

  • A place to share what is hurting, read a Psalm of comfort, and pray together.

  • A place to listen, and a place where everyone gets a turn.

  • A place to offer each other prayer – not advice.

  • A place to be known.

  • Led by Denise Carter. For a preview from Denise, click here.


Book Recommendations

for Children:

  1. That’s Not Your Job by Troy Timmons 

  2. God Made All of Me by Justin S. Holcomb & Lindsey A. Holcomb

  3. Some Secrets Should never Be Kept by Jayneen Sanders