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Monthly Archives: December 2010
What Christmas is All About
Charlie Brown’s tree reminds me a little of the kids we serve. People make lots of condescending remarks about the tree, along with the person who brought the tree, but with a little love, the tree turns out to be beautiful. Continue reading
Happy Birthday…To Jesus and Key Ministry
I’ll be celebrating tonight a Savior who not only entered our world so that we could have an everlasting relationship with Him, but invites each of us to be part of His story as He executes His plan of redemption for redeeming a fallen world. Continue reading
Posted in Key Ministry Tagged Church4EveryChild, Hidden Disabilities, Katie Wetherbee, Key Ministry, Stephen Grcevich MD 1 Comment
All I Want For Christmas: Online Church Campuses for Families of Kids With “Issues”
Technology affords us incredible opportunities to “rethink” how we’re sharing the Gospel with families impacted by disabilities. Continue reading
Counting the Cost…Is the Church Ready to Support Families Who Adopt?
Is the church prepared to provide the resources and supports families called to this ministry will need to maintain their current level of church involvement and effectively shepherd their kids in the Christian faith? Continue reading
Pastor Hu Auburn: An Appreciation
During the month of December, I’m recognizing members of our ministry team who lead behind the scenes and make possible the training, consultation and resources Key Ministry offers to churches.
Today, I’m honoring the contributions of Pastor Hu Auburn, one of our founding Board members and Key Ministry Vice-President for the past eight years.
Posted in Hidden Disabilities, Key Ministry Tagged Bay Presbyterian Church, Hu Auburn, Key Ministry 1 Comment
Are We Providing a Service or Leading a Movement? (Part One)
When I look for evidence that we’re engaged in a “God thing,” one of the strongest affirmations I see that we’re barking up the right tree is the way that God is moving through so many of His followers in different places, with different gifts and in different church traditions to minister to families of kids who have been impacted by disabilities, primarily “hidden disabilities.” Continue reading