Neil Schori has a master’s degree in counseling and is a pastor at The Edge Church in suburban Chicago. In 2007, Stacy Peterson, a woman he counseled, confided to him that her husband had killed his previous wife. She disappeared two months later. Amid a media firestorm, Pastor Schori tirelessly studied about the epidemic of domestic violence. He served as an expert witness in Drew Peterson’s subsequent murder trial and then began assisting victims and helping train church leaders to respond properly to victims. He worked with the late Susan Murphy-Milano to develop the Evidentiary Affidavit of Abuse (EAA), a tool that empowers victims and establishes a chain of custody in cases of severe physical violence. It was first used by Pastor Schori and Ms. Murphy-Milano in his church in 2009. Pastor Schori’s wife and three daughters are the joys of his life. He often says that having three daughters turned him into a feminist.