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- Learn to Walk the Steps That Jesus Has Traced buff.ly/2v0HwaA from Mike George https://t.co/5fOZje9Uks 8 hours ago
- RT @SNAPPIN_MIN: "Sliced & diced into tiny segments of time, it's hard to see the beauty, the masterpiece unfolding." @melodyofautism https… 8 hours ago
- 3 Things I Didn't Expect as a Special Needs Parent buff.ly/2uQMI0m from @Barb_Dittrich https://t.co/YhCPM6Gqkc 13 hours ago
- Is God asking you to be part of a "Special Needs Happy Ending"? buff.ly/2v0ih8l from @jolenephilo https://t.co/lkUNcOLxp6 16 hours ago
- RT @jolenephilo: A Special Needs Happy Ending - differentdream.com/2017/07/specia… https://t.co/ANL6gAOsNg 20 hours ago
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Tag Archives: grief
But around the book grew a tribe. A community who loves and supports each other. Who teaches and encourages. Who rejoices and mourns. My community. My ministry. Continue reading
This is grief. This is hard. This is worth knowing about in the church. Continue reading
But while the child isn’t lost to this world, he or she is lost to the family. Their grief is real. The dreams they had for the child need to be laid to rest. Give them permission to mourn those losses. Continue reading
We’ll start our series with a video from a well-known author…and our guest blogger for this weekend-Gillian Marchenko. Gillian spoke on the topic Loss and Grief in Parenting Children with Special Needs for Inclusion Fusion 2012. Continue reading
Growing up in a loving family of great faith or coming to a personal faith in Jesus Christ is no guarantee of being spared of the pain and suffering of mental illness while living in a fallen world. Continue reading
We’re asking our leaders to forward the links to this post/video to pastors, church staff members or families who would have interest in Gillian’s presentation on loss and grief in parenting children with special needs, along with other Inclusion Fusion presentations in the Stuff That’s Too Good to Ignore series.