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Welcoming our new teammate...Beth Golik

We’re delighted to announce that Beth Golik is joining our team as our new ministry coordinator.

Many of our followers will be familiar with Beth from her service in the disability ministry community as Director of Special Needs Ministry at Bay Presbyterian Church, where she will continue to serve on staff in her present role, from… 286 more words

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Partnering with parents to display the works of God in special needs ministry

Do you want to partner more effectively with the parents in your ministry?

If so, a good learning place is special needs ministry. Because every child’s disability is unique, it’s vital to talk with each family to figure out the best ways to include their child in your church. 589 more words

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Connecting with the Community: Stepping Outside the Church to Grow Your Ministry

Editor’s Note: Today’s post is from Beth Golik, Special Needs Ministry Director at Bay Presbyterian Church. It was inspired by a story Beth shared three weeks ago in our church’s bulletin. 533 more words

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Welcoming Children with Special Needs into Corporate Worship

On the surface, it seems like a no-brainer that we would welcome children with special needs to the regular worship of God’s people.  Don’t we want all men and women, boys and girls to be included in the community of worshipers?  803 more words


Mother's Day...It's complicated

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest author is Kara Dedert. Kara is one of our writers for Not Alone, our blog for parents of kids with special needs. 448 more words

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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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