Thank you for coming to Church Protect! We are here to help churches guard against abusers who make our congregations their playgrounds by violating God’s most innocent and vulnerable. We are working diligently to produce the best training resources in the nation to help churches keep their children safe from predators.
Together we can stop childhood sexual abuse.
The battle against child sexual abuse is one we cannot fight alone. We need people like you, who share in our interests to keep children safe, to take action. With 42 million survivors of child sex abuse living in the United States, it is nearly impossible to find a church that doesn’t have victims of abuse.
Sadly, most abuse remains undetected, and most alleged cases are not reported by church leaders to the authorities. We must keep the conversation going. Silence only allows perpetrators to continue creating victims.
Please contact us if you’re interested in partnering with us or holding a training or seminar for your congregation or organization so that we can teach you to take preventative action and ensure that your church is a safe place for children.
NEW product coming soon!
At Church Protect, we recognize that healing from trauma is a holistic experience, requiring care for the mind, body, and spirit. We’re working on developing a wellness kit that will help those who use it to relax and heal. These kits will be a great tool for those affected by sexual abuse, or anyone who might be struggling with anxiety and/or depression.
Please click on the image below to learn more and support our efforts.
What people are saying about Church Protect:
“I’d like to thank both of you for your program and information shared at Amherst. My head is still spinning from the exposure to understanding the mind of why some abusers do what they do. You were both extremely helpful and knowledgeable of this heart wrenching topic that affects so many people. May the Lord bless your work to help others with this difficult matter – it is truly a work that needs attention and exposure. Love is truly a verb – it is known by what it does.”