We Are Not Alone

While the People of Praise is a unique subculture unto itself, it shares its origin in the social upheaval of the 1960’s with a myriad of other experimental communities, both religious and secular. Many PoP survivors can relate to the stories of survivors from other high control groups and intentional community movements that were founded during that era.  Below you will find a list of websites, podcasts, hashtags and other media that showcase the voices of survivors from similar backgrounds.


Click here for a list of articles about the People of Praise that feature the voices of people who have left the community.

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WEBSITES | Collections of Survivor Stories

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HASHTAGS | Twitter, Facebook, Instagram

#igotout


#exvangelical


#churchtoo


#emptythepews

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FACEBOOK GROUPS

PUBLIC | Covenant Community: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

PRIVATE  | People of Praise Survivors Group

(For information about how to join this group please email  PoPSurvivors@gmail.com.)