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Jeff McNair: Eight Questions to Guide the Next Steps for Your Disability Ministry

When someone thinks about “next steps” in ministry they have come to recognize that where they are is no longer where they want to be. Perhaps they have visualized a different place they would prefer to be. 633 more words

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No Longer a Priority!

Praise God!  Disability Ministry is no longer a priority at our church.

That probably sounds like an odd statement from someone for whom disability services and ministry course through my body as sure as my blood flows. 513 more words

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Our ministry blueprint for 2017

Over the last few weeks, I’ve had a series of conversations with parents, friends, ministry colleagues and fellow Christians that have deepened my appreciation for the extent to which my family and I have been blessed by the teaching, relationships and opportunities to serve we’ve experienced through our church.  1,074 more words

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Going to church as a family on Christmas

As I reflect upon Christmas past, I’ve observed that many of our family’s traditions revolve around attending church for the holiday.

My father’s family was desperately poor while he was growing up during the depression. 597 more words

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Preparing to fight the good fight

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.

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Disability Inclusion on Mission Trips

Inclusion is one of the top buzz words in the disability community. Extensive research has been done on inclusion, countless articles have been written and everyone seems to have an opinion on appropriate levels of inclusion in schools. 847 more words

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Celebrating Shannon

Shannon shared the news that she’s transitioning off our ministry team with readers of her personal blog this past week.

Our team is grateful for the time Shannon served with us. 395 more words

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