Survivor Stories: Michael Mack

Michael Mack is the author of the one-man play: “Conversations with My Molester: A Journey of Faith.”

In the fourth and final episode of our mini-series with survivors, we are sharing the story of Michael Mack. Michael is the author of the one-man play, “Conversations with My Molester: A Journey of Faith.”

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If you missed our previous survivor stories, please go back and listen to our interview with the Rev. Serene Jones, who talks about why it is both difficult and necessary to listen to the voices of survivors. Rev. Jones is the president of Union Theological Seminary, an abuse survivor herself and the author of Trauma and Grace: Theology in a Ruptured World.

Links:

www.michaelmacklive.com

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