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Logo represents
The black tree represents sin that came into the world through disobedience of Adam and Eve when they ate of the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden. Genesis 2:17.
The white cross in the middle of the black tree represents Christ who came to redeem man from his sin. The red circle represents the blood that Jesus shed for all people. Matthew 27:35
From the fall to the cross renewing your mind is an inside job. Ephesians 4:23; Romans 12:2.

Welcome to Renewal Center for Battered Women….

Renewal center for Battered Women is about changing the way a person thinks about domestic violence, and their reaction to it. It’s about changing a person’s negative thoughts about themselves to positive ones and allowing those positive thoughts to transform their very way of life. It’s transitioning women/men/teens from being victims of abuse to becoming victorious, and being empowered in their lives. When one is attacked or assaulted it is something that happened to them- unexpectedly. However consistently being abused in a domestic violent relationship in any form is about choice, and if you chose you have the cure to stop domestic violence in your life-by the Word of God!

We endeavor to help build self-worth, and bring out dignity of a person. We enlighten, encourage, and empower by practical life application, being mindful that everyone is unique in their own way and allow for self-determination in their experience with our organization.
If you think about it, everything  that we do starts with an idea, or thoughts in the mind which can precede to actions.  You have the cure (your mind) that corrects, heals, restores, and able to stop the harmful acts of domestic violence in your life, if you use the cure-your mind.  Our focus is to provide a service of love and compassion to battered people by renewing the mind through education, counseling, and guidance in making better life choices and using practical applications.

Renewal center is not just about women’s issues it’s about abuse of any kind. Our organization seeks to help people to learn and understand the primary impetus of their abuse. By gaining this knowledge they are able to use their experiences: what was meant to kill or render them ineffective, into something that can help not only themselves, but others who are going through like situations.

Brenda McGibboney

CEO/President

What we do

We educate, counsel, instruct, edify, encourage, and help to instill hope and self-confidence and self reliance. We support you in your efforts to live a violent free lifestyle through enlightenment, encouragement, and empowerment.

A Quote

“Nature forms us

Education informs us

Transgression deforms us

Prison reforms us

The Path of Love Transforms us”

-Anonymous

Do You Know?

  • An estimated 1.3 million women are victims of domestic violence each year by physical, psychological, verbal and economic abuse?
  • 85% of domestic violence are perpetrated against women
  • Females between 20-24 are at risk of DV, date rape, and stalking
  • Most case of DV are never reported –that sends a message to the perpetrator that it is okay to continue with the abuse.
  • Boys who witness DV are twice as likely to abuse their partners later in life.

Sources: Center for Disease Control & National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CDC/NCADV)

About the Author

“Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.” -Emerson

I understand your predicament as I  was a victim of domestic violence; a victim of rape and molestation. And it’s from my personal experience, and  professional work that I am able to offer you this service.

I have earned a bachelor of Social Work (BSW), from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, in Greensboro, North Carolina, and a Master of Social Work (MSW), from University of South Carolina, in Columbia South Carolina. I have worked in shelters with families of domestic violence, worked in mental health facilities, and extensive work with families in crises. I have recently retired as a social worker working with families in Child Welfare-Child Protective Services.

I am a newly published author of “Come and Dine with Me.”  Amazon. com, Barnes and Noble (bn. com).
I am the Founder/President of Renewal Center for Battered Women Ministries.

Contact
Brenda McGibboney
CEO/President

Renewal Center for Battered Women Ministries.
The Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship

Disclosure: All information regarding the Renewal Center for Battered Women is copyrighted © 2012

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