Denhollander said that while she is a "very conservative evangelical," she believes the Church has a long way to go when it comes to dealing with victims of sexual abuse.
"That's a hard thing to say, because I am a very conservative evangelical, but that is the truth," she said. "There are very, very few who have ever found true help in the Church."
For abuse victims, one of the most difficult things to learn is how to trust again and who is trustworthy, the wife and mother continued.
"When I can come to the realization that my Savior is strong enough to love someone like Larry, that means He is strong enough to love me, and He is the most sure refuge for me, He is the one place I can trust, because what happened to me matters, because God promises justice, and because my Savior meshes justice with forgiveness in a way that cannot be found anywhere else," she said.