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Seven ways to support kids with anxiety about the coronavirus
What can parents do to support the mental health of their kids amidst talk of the coronavirus in the weeks and months ahead? Continue reading
Disability ministry and the coronavirus
We might look at this crisis as presenting a great opportunity to share the love of Christ with the disability community during a time of need while showing families who are already part of the church the extent to which they are cared for and valued. Continue reading
It’s the hidden disabilities that keep kids out of church
The study found that the children most likely to be excluded from church are those with autism spectrum disorders and common mental health conditions – anxiety, depression, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder and ADHD. Continue reading
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Mental health ministry training at Inclusion Fusion Live
We’ll be offering an all-day training for churches interested in developing a mental health inclusion strategy and making available five additional workshops and presentations for ministry leaders and families with interest in mental health ministry. Continue reading
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The Refiner’s Fire
I began to study what the Bible has to say about suffering and discovered it is more of a gift than I ever understood before. Continue reading
ADHD, suicide, African-American boys…and how churches might help
Is the stigma against treatment of mental illness generally, and treatment of ADHD specifically a contributing factor to the difference in rates of completed suicide among African-American children and other ethnic groups? Continue reading
How dads are impacted when kids have disabilities
You may silently grieve the loss of aspirations you had for your child as well as your inability to share experiences with your child that you dreamed of doing together. Continue reading
More questions about the effectiveness of antidepressants in kids…
The professional community, parents and families hold assumptions about the effectiveness of psychotropic medication, especially medication for depression, that are unrealistic based upon our understanding of the research literature. Continue reading
Teaching the essentials to reach children of all abilities at church
If children and students at our church only grasp one thing today, what should it be? Continue reading
Partnering with parents to display the works of God in special needs ministry
Because every child’s disability is unique, it’s vital to talk with each family to figure out the best ways to include their child in your church. Continue reading