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Six reasons people with disabilities don't know we love them

Editor’s note: Shannon’s post was inspired by a talk she heard from Jen Hatmaker this past weekend.

When Jesus spent time with people, he didn’t choose the powerful or privileged. 869 more words

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Life with depression is not a waste

One thing I struggle with most regarding my major depressive disorder is the notion that my life is a waste. There are weeks, sometimes months in the past lost to me. 762 more words

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How God is using our Psalm 139 video to change law...Ryan Wolfe

Editor’s Note: Ryan Wolfe and Shannon Dingle are in suburban Washington D.C. this weekend presenting at the McLean Bible Church Accessibility Summit. Ryan’s had a busy week…we’re sharing a post from… 615 more words

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5 things to do after someone you love receives a special needs diagnosis

Gillian Marchenko’s new book, Still Life; A Memoir of Living Fully with Depression officially launched yesterday. While Gillian is busy doing media and interviews this week, we’re sharing a post she previously wrote for our companion blog, … 503 more words

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What disability ministry is and isn’t...insights from my first Accessibility Summit

Editor’s note: Shannon Dingle and Ryan Wolfe are representing Key Ministry the 2016 Accessibility Summit this coming Friday and Saturday at McLean Bible Church in McLean, VA. 539 more words

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It's Autism Awareness Day, How Aware Is Your Church? #LIUB

Editor’s Note: Sandra Peoples, Key Ministry’s Social Community and Family Support Manager, shares this year’s post for Autism Awareness Day. Check out Sandra’s article in Christianity Today before you leave.  398 more words

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Wish you could go to church this Easter?

We started Key Ministry because we wanted all families to be able to be part of a local church, and we know attending church can be VERY challenging for families of kids with mental illness, families of kids who have experienced significant trauma and kids who struggle with social situations. 478 more words

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