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Every Child Welcome...the most complete special needs ministry resource I've ever come across

Book Review: Every Child Welcome: A Ministry Handbook for Including Kids with Special Needs. Authored by Katie Wetherbee and Jolene Philo. Published by Kregel Publications. 593 more words

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Welcome Ryan Wolfe to our Key Ministry team...

On behalf of the Board and staff of Key Ministry, we’re delighted to announce that Ryan Wolfe has joined our ministry team as a church consultant. 426 more words

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But what if we don’t have any children with disabilities in our church?

This is a good question. It’s a logical one. It’s one that often comes up when a church first begins discussing special needs ministry.

It’s just not the  728 more words

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ENGAGE Conference

“For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there among them.”

Matthew 18:20

To have been blessed with the call to lead a ministry for such a special group of people as those with special needs is incredible in and of itself, but to have the opportunity to join in one accord for a day of worship and encouragement with those who share your vision is something extraordinary.  

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Autism, vaccines and the need to keep our kids safe

An excellent study was published on Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association that should permanently lay to rest the oft-repeated claims of links between autism and the MMR vaccine given to children to protect against measles, mumps and rubella. 1,282 more words

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Hopeful, Trusting, Confident and Calm...Karen Crum

“Calm, assertive energy in the human –and calm, submissive energy in the dog”– that’s what Cesar Millan, the Dog Whisperer, strives to create in his work with dogs and their families. 1,049 more words

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Are churches blind to mental illness?

Several years ago, I wrote about a significant study from Edward B. Rogers, Matthew Stanford and Diana Garland from Baylor University examining the effects of mental illness on families within faith communities. 656 more words

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