20% of children and young people have an additional need or disability of some kind; if your church includes children and young people, some of them are likely to need additional support. Many of these children and young people, and their families, feel excluded from a wide range of social and other activities, including church, … Continue reading Six Ways To Make Your Children’s Work And Holiday Club More Inclusive
We’re in a battle, whether we like to think about it or not. Whether you have a faith of any kind, or none, one thing that generally unites us all is a belief that there is good and evil in the world… and that these two forces are totally and utterly opposed to each other. … Continue reading Spiritual Warfare And My Additional/Special Needs Child
I have a dream that my son will one day live in a nation where he will not be judged by his disability, but by the positive impact he and his life makes, by his loving character. I have a dream that one day, children with additional needs and disabilities will join hands with many other children as accepted and loved sisters and brothers.
This blog by my good friend Miriam Gwynne really touched my heart; I’m sure it will touch yours too so I’m reblogging it. See more of Miriam’s wonderful writing at http://www.faithmummy.wordpress.com
It’s Easter Sunday, the very centre of my beliefs as a Christian, that my Lord and Saviour not only died for me on a cross to carry my sin, but he rose again on the third day to beat death once and for all to enable me (and everyone else who believes) to have eternal life.
I sat in church today and heard the gospel message preached with my beautiful children beside me, just the same as my parents did the generation before. I never tire of hearing the message of Jesus crucified and at 15 it impacted me personally on such a level my life has been rooted and grounded in my faith ever since.
Yet here I am faced with a massive question that has caused me to question my faith in a way I never ever expected: if he wanted tocould my disabled son ever become a…
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