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Tag Archives: bullying
Is it ever okay to exclude a child at church?
Posted on March 15, 2016 by Dr. G
It’s not okay to exclude a child at church, but sometimes including them in the same way as every other child isn’t a common sense approach, either. Continue reading →
Why are we shocked by the Bay Village “Ice Bucket Challenge?”
Posted on September 10, 2014 by Dr. G
The behavior demonstrated by the perpetrators of the “Ice Bucket Challenge” reflects our human nature. Christianity teaches that none of us are righteous! What type of behavior should we expect to see, especially in a culture in which more and more of us reject God, and fail to recognize any absolute standards of right and wrong? Many of the risk factors associated with bullying are symptomatic of the breakdown of the family unit as the fundamental building block of society. This is just the beginning… Continue reading →
Posted in Autism, Controversies, Families, Key Ministry | Tagged Autism, Bay Village, bullying, church, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Ice Bucket Challenge, Inclusion, Key Ministry, research, Stephen Grcevich MD | Leave a comment
Sticks and Stones, Clicks and Phones: Solutions for Preventing Bullying at Church…Inclusion Fusion Library
Posted on October 11, 2013 by Dr. G
In her presentation for Inclusion Fusion 2012, Katie tackled the issue of bullying…and focused on bullying prevention. Pastors, KidMin leaders and volunteers need to know how to proactively prevent bullying, because sadly, this kind of behavior can—and does—occur in churches, too. In this presentation, she shared some practical strategies that can change the social culture of Sunday mornings.
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Posted in Controversies, Families, Hidden Disabilities, Inclusion, Inclusion Fusion, Key Ministry, Resources | Tagged bullying, bullying prevention, children's ministry, church, Disability Ministry, Family Ministry, Inclusion, Inclusion Fusion, Jolene Philo, Katie Wetherbee, Key Ministry, special needs, student ministry | 1 Comment
How to Do Live Chat…and Chairman’s Choices for Day Three of Inclusion Fusion
Posted on November 14, 2012 by Dr. G
For our “Chairman’s Choices” today, I want to call your attention to four videos of special interest to our friends in the world of children’s and family ministry… Continue reading →
Posted in Autism, Families, Hidden Disabilities, Inclusion, Inclusion Fusion, Key Ministry, Mental Health, Parents, Resources, Spiritual Development, Training Events | Tagged Amy Dolan, bullying, Calling, Chronic Sorrow, Dr. Cara Daily, Gillian Marchenko, Inclusion Fusion, Katie Wetherbee, Key Ministry, live chat, Rebecca Hamilton, Special Needs Ministry Web Summit | Leave a comment
Faces of the Movement…Katie Wetherbee
Posted on November 10, 2012 by Dr. G
As we look forward to Inclusion Fusion, we are going to tackle this issue of bullying…and more importantly, focus on bullying prevention. Pastors, KidMin leaders and volunteers need to know how to proactively prevent bullying, because sadly, this kind of behavior can—and does—occur in churches, too. Continue reading →