God places value in every life, and He calls His church to affirm that value.
Here are some suggestions on how to guide your child with autism through the early elementary school years.
I never thought I would become a foster parent to children with special needs. But thankfully God is writing my story and not me.
Sandra Peoples paints a picture of what life looks like for many special needs families and how the church can better reach out and minister to these families.
When parenting a child with special needs, it’s easy to fix your eyes on the next surgery, therapy, diet or appointment. But it’s often difficult to simply embrace and enjoy your child in the moment.
If there’s nothing we could ever do to deserve God’s love, then we would not only see God’s heart for those with disabilities, but for us all.
What if we could further journey with families, once adoption has been finalized, by offering Medical Care grants to help offset healthcare expenses?
When it comes to disability inclusion, most people want to love well but do not know what that looks like or where to start.
The keys to overcoming guilt lie in understanding the truth about who you are in Christ, and who God created your child to be.
We often forget that many Bible stories contain heroes, God’s chosen, who faced unique personal challenges and hardships.