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Grounding Tools and Exercises

Grounding Tools and Exercises

Grounding tools and exercises are invaluable skills to have in your back pocket. At RAHAB, we use them both with the women and children we serve and with ourselves. Below are different tools separated by the amount of effort and what the tool primarily focuses on (the...

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The Savior in the Darkness

The Savior in the Darkness

The darkness. It’s drowning. It’s heavy. This weight is paralyzing. Isolating. No one gets it. No one can possibly understand the pain and confusion and separation I am under. The easiest escape is often to let it consume me. Because the pain is familiar, at least. I...

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I Am a Jesus Feminist

I Am a Jesus Feminist

I have always labeled myself a “feminist.” I believe wholeheartedly in supporting, empowering, and creating space for equality. Incredibly strong women raised me, and I intend to carry on that tradition. It is a privilege to advocate for women around me. I recently...

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Rahab and Why We Are Named For Her

Rahab and Why We Are Named For Her

If you pay close attention, you’ll notice we write the name of our organization differently than a normal name. For us, RAHAB is an acronym. In our name, RAHAB stands for Reaching Above Hopelessness and Brokenness. But Rahab is also the name of a woman who had an...

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Built For Hope

Built For Hope

Humans are built for hope. It is the very thing that drives us, keeps us going. Hope allows us to look forward to a new day, to have goals and desires. It allows us to persevere in the darkest of times, to believe that something better is yet to come.   Hopelessness...

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How We Measure Success

How We Measure Success

One of the top questions we are asked often sounds something like “How successful is your programming?” or “What is your success rate?” While the question of how we measure success is important, the answer can be difficult to quantify.   Stats We have plenty of stats...

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For This Child I Have Prayed

For This Child I Have Prayed

1 Samuel 1:27  The first half of 1 Samuel 1:27 has become a popular verse: “For this child I have prayed.” Hanging on walls of nurseries and typed in pregnancy announcements, it has become familiar, something we don’t think twice about.  Yet this verse stirred in my...

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What It Means to Walk with Survivors

What It Means to Walk with Survivors

If you volunteer, follow us on social media, or attend any of our trainings, you are likely to hear us talking about how we walk with survivors. While the idea of “walking with” someone is very common in Christian communities, we want to explain what this means for us...

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My Mentee Was Saved in Jail

My Mentee Was Saved in Jail

Selah's Place Mentors are volunteers through our Minor Mentoring Program. They are paired with a teenager we serve and build trusting and safe relationships with them. One of our mentors had an amazing experience with her mentee. Here is a small piece of their story: ...

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