Extra Precautions to Protect Boys at Your Church
Protect the boys at your church—awareness is the first step.

Though victimized slightly less often than girls, boys are still a target for sex abuse. In addition to creating a culture of protection for all children, church leaders should also work to create a safe environment for boys to open up, especially about abuse in their lives.

What are you doing to prevent child sex abuse at your church? Learn more here.

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