Including Persons with Autism In the Life of the Church

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Nata Snow

People with Autism are a part of the disability classification that need inclusion. What does the church need to do to include these wonderful people with ASD?

“The church is an inclusive place. Members are not classified – rich or poor, employed or unemployed, disabled or non-disabled. They are all parts of the Body of Christ…People with Autism are a part of the disability classification that need inclusion. What does the church need to do to include these wonderful people with ASD?”

Autism can manifest itself in different ways, and most people don’t have a good understanding of how to interact with people living with autism. McLean Bible Church has a great ministry to those with disabilities, including resources to help other churches.

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