Before we adopted our son, those who only saw his disabilities told us that he would never give anything to us. They were so wrong. He has given us much more than we have given him.
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.
When you have kids with disabilities, guilt can seem overwhelming. Learn how to move past it.
Thinking biblically about disability and ourselves.
Every parent wants to help their children develop empathy for those around them. This is especially vital when it comes to the issue of mental illness.
What happens when the person grappling with mental illness is someone within the walls of your own home? And what are some of the signs?
There are several reasons why your children will benefit from a discussion about the sensitive issue of mental illness.
A child with special needs can have a tremendous capacity for trusting God
Ernie Johnson works with some of the biggest names in sports, but his most important role is husband and father to six kids, including a child with special needs adopted from Romania.
Though not all kids with special needs can achieve independence, God gives us the hope we need to overcome our worries about the future.