Each month Pastor Chris will sit down with a practitioner who is committed to domestic violence intervention and prevention. Master classes highlight specific work with attention to best practices and practical strategies.
#3 April 2018 - Dangerousness and Lethality from a Law Enforcement Perspective
Sgt. Anthony "Tony" Craigo is the Domestic Violence Investigator for the Putnam County Sheriff's Department. A 17-year veteran of the department, he has been recognized for distinguished service of crime victims by the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of West Virginia. Sgt. Craigo was featured as a key responder in the International Association of Chiefs of Police anti domestic violence training video, "Working Together." Tony serves as a Deacon at Winfield Baptist Church and is a member of the International Association of Biblical Counselors, currently completing his certification with IABC.
#2 March 2018 - Domestic Violence and the Imago Dei w/ Greg Wilson
Greg Wilson (MA, LPC-S) is currently completing his Doctor of educational ministry at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Greg has a full-time clinical practice, which includes work with male perpetrators of abuse/domestic violence, sexual addictions,
adolescent life-stage issues, marital conflict, anxiety disorders and mood disorders.
#1. February 2018 - Victim Care w/ Joy Forrest
Joy Forrest (MABC - Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) Is a Biblical counselor, certified domestic violence advocate, and survivor. In January 2015, she helped establish Called to Peace Ministries to promote domestic violence awareness, particularly within the faith community. She is the author of the book "Called to Peace, A Survivor's Guide to Finding Peace and Healing After Abuse" Learn more about Joy at www.calledtopeace.org