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The four kinds of special needs found in children in adoptive and foster families
Posted on October 16, 2014 by Dr. G
Let’s not do that again, church. Let’s say no to any action or lack of action that tells any person, “You’re not welcome here” or “Our church is only for those who look, act, behave, feel, or act like I do.” Continue reading →
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