16 reasons crime should not be handled in-house

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Prosecuting crimes

Ministry means working with people. And people are sinners. So those who are ministering to others will at times find themselves knee deep in messy situations. Unfortunately, these situations often involve criminal behaviour which has never been reported to the civil authorities. Probably the most common instances are child abuse (physical, emotional, sexual, or neglect) […]

Can I take a Christian to court?

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Prosecuting crimes

Living in a broken world is messy. It would be nice if everyone saw eye-to-eye and problems were easily resolved. Unfortunately, this is rarely the case. Even believers sometimes find themselves in bitter disputes with other believers. This raises the question: Is it ok to take another believer to court? A common answer to this […]

Should I pursue prosecution of crimes against me?

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Prosecuting crimes

So you are the victim of a crime. It may be publicly known or it may be unknown to most. It may be recent or it may be the silent horror of a broken childhood. The perpetrator may be someone you know well or someone you never met before the crime took place. The crime […]