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Episode Info: In Episode 19 of the PsychPod Studio Podcast, I discuss the abuse that can lurk within the walls of our most distinguished churches. Are churches a safe haven for children?  Do abusers have free reign over the minds, bodies, and sexuality of these innocent kids? Welcome to the PsychPod Studio Podcast with Psychological Thriller Author M.E. Anders, where we chat 15 minutes of weekly news and views.  Merging fact and fiction into an infotainment-packed show. Here we’ll explore hot psychological topics from the perspective of a suspense and mind-altering thriller author. Popular topics include cult survivor tales, author interviews, psychological expert interviews, reader discussions, critical thinking skills, skepticism, freethinking, and religion.   How You Can Listen: iTunes - Click here to download the episode or listen in iTunes! RSS Feed - Click here to subscribe to the podcast in the RSS feed of your choice. Stitcher - PsychPod Studio is now on Stitcher!  Listen to us on the web, your iPhone, Android Phone,  BlackBerry and WebOS phones. Click the Play in New Window button below to listen now. _________________________________ The Podcast Shownotes One bit of Psych News: Meet the Mercy Ministries Survivors run by my friend, Lisa Kerr:   Mercy Ministries Survivors is a support network of geographically dispersed women who have survived placement in the Mercy Ministries program run world-wide. As well as serving as a point of contact for survivors of Mercy Ministries, this site is also aimed at assisting potential future applicants in their own decision making process. Features of this website include: - Excerpts of various media articles covering the both the Australian scandal and issues with Mercy Ministries globally. Links to blogs of former residents sharing their personal accounts and journey towards healing. Links to other blogs and websites that discuss Mercy Ministries. A resource page that lists alternative help points for potential future Mercy Ministries applicants who decide to seek help elsewhere. Information and resources for concerned family or friends of current or future potential Mercy Ministries clients. A resources page for survivors of Mercy Ministries and other destructive groups including counseling services and a list of resources personally recommended by survivors of Mercy Ministries. This site is run by survivors for survivors and is supported by volunteers and kind donors.   W
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