Christian Network Against Domestic Violence
History of the Christian Network Against Domestic Violence
CNADV was founded
by Tamika Johnson and Malkiya Moseley November 2004. Tamika and Malikiya
have both survived and conquered the devastating effects of domestic violence and after assessing the problem of domestic
violence within the Christian home and the faith community’s response to: the issue, victims, and abusers; both recognized
the need for an organization that would not only empower victims, but would equip leaders in the faith community with the
tools to aid those in crisis.
The Christian Network Against
Domestic Violence is a non-profit organization working to address and end domestic violence in the Christian home through:
- Providing sound biblical truth regarding the institution of marriage;
- Acting as an educational and informational resource for victims,
abusers, and faith leaders;
- Advocating for domestic violence issues on a local, national,
and political level;
- Providing a strong, unified voice for victims of domestic violence
and their children, domestic violence programs, and victim service providers;
- Trainings, Support Groups, and National Campaigns targeting the eradication of domestic violence.
We believe that domestic violence should not
be a way of life, and that the covenant of marriage does not permit abuse of any kind whether it be Emotional and Verbal abuse;
Sexual Abuse, or Physical Abuse.
CNADV is committed to the empowering victims and equipping
faith leaders with the tools to effectively address domestic violence. The goals
of CNADV are to:
with advocates and faith leaders around the United States of America
to establish chapters of CNADV throughout the entire nation.
biblical truth regarding marriage and domestic violence through trainings, support groups, and the dissemination of materials
to churches and other organizations around the United States of America.
- Be an
organization equipped to refer victims, abusers, and faith leaders to reputable Christian counselors, Abuser Intervention
Programs, domestic violence agencies and shelters around the Country.
Click here to visit the CNADV website.