Diane Langberg said in her book Counseling Survivors of Sexual Abuse, "We who call ourselves Christians blaspheme the name of Christ if we pretend that the evils of the Holocaust or the rape of little girls and boys are less than they truly are." She had grown up in a secure and healthy home and had been warned as a new counselor not to believe "hysterical" women, who told her of the horrors they had experienced. I'm so glad she chose not to take that ungodly advice. She says that salvation that doesn't take this kind of evil into account is no salvation at all. I whole heartedly agree with her sentiments. There are still so many today that stick their holy heads in the sand of their blessed Scriptures and ignore all the passages about the evils of this world. They pick and choose the good and pretend as if the evil didn't exist. Well, as a former victim and now survivor of childhood sexual abuse and domestic violence, they might want to call me one of those "hysterical" women, and as a Christian counselor of other victims, I just want to pull their little holy heads out of the sand and say, look, this is real people in a real evil world. This book is a compilation of my previous writings on the topics of childhood sexual abuse and rape. It's certainly not comprehensive with my limited understanding of the issues involved, but I hope it will be of some benefit to those who read its content. It covers topics such as those a victim might need to read and other topics that might interest those who counsel and advocate for them. It includes some stories of victims who I've met, and others who I've only read about, but who have all cried out their silent screams and found no one listening. I found in my own search that though there were organizations out there in the secular realm, there were not very many Christian organizations to help Christian victims heal. It's my hope that all those out there who are searching for answers to their heartaches will know that at least I've heard them, and will do what I can to help them, as long as there is breath left in me. My own story is in my previous book, A Little Redneck Theology, if readers of this book find it helpful and want to know more about me and why I began my ministry, Go Fish Ministries, inc. which may be located online at http: //gofishministries.wordpress.com.