Lindsey Holcomb

Lindsey Holcomb counsels victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Previously, she worked at a sexual assault crisis center and also served as a case manager at a domestic violence shelter. Lindsey provided crisis intervention to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence and conducted a variety of training seminars to service providers. She earned a Master in Public Health with a focus on violence against women and was a co-founder of REST (Real Escape from the Sex Trade).

Lindsey and her husband, Justin, are authors of Is It My Fault?: Hope and Healing for Those Suffering Domestic Violence and Rid of My Disgrace: Hope and Healing for Victims of Sexual Assault.

Books by Lindsey Holcomb

Articles By Lindsey Holcomb

The Church and Women at Risk

Thursday January 17, 2019


The Christian church has, at its best, been known for exemplary love and sacrificial service to “the least of these”—the poor, oppressed, and marginalized. Such service has provided a powerful witness for the gospel.

8 Ways to Protect Your Children from Sexual Abuse

Monday February 10, 2014

family parenting youth

Justin and I wrote our book, Rid Of My Disgrace: Hope and Healing For Sexual Assault Victims, because it is an important and prevalent issue as 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men have been or will be assaulted during their lifetime. Heartbreakingly, many of the victims of this epidemic are children: 15% of those assaulted are under age 12, and 29% are between ages 12 to 17. Girls between the ages of 16 and 19 are four times more likely than the general population to be victims of sexual assault. Here are eight ways you as a parent can protect your children from sexual abuse.

Identity In Christ and Sexual Assault

Thursday December 19, 2013

pain & suffering
Sexual assault maligns a victim’s sense of self and communicates that they are stupid, filthy, foolish, worthless, defiled, impure, damaged, gross, screwed-up, unwanted, or dirty. Disgrace done to...