From The Gospel Coalition:
"Finding the courage to voice your story of sexual abuse can feel impossible: too exposing, too embarrassing, too painful, too taboo. Tragically, sometimes the hardest place to share such stories is within the church. 'Why is this so,' asks Scotty Smith, 'and how can the church do a better job of giving men and women the voice to tell their stories of shame?'"
In this eight minute group discussion, Justin Holcomb (author of Rid of My Disgrace: Hope and Healing for Victims of Sexual Assault) mentions the significant way that CCEF counselor Ed Welch's book on shame (Shame Interrupted) has shaped his own understanding of the connection between the gospel and shame.
Watch their discussion here.