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Why families think online church is indispensable for disability ministry
If your church is has an online presence and an interest in disability ministry, your online presence needs to be a critical component of your disability ministry strategy.
Needed: Spaces for foster & adoptive parents to say “me too”
God never meant for us to do everything on our own. We’re created for community, and finding yours is worth the risk of being brave with your stories. Continue reading
Posted in Adoption, Advocacy, Families, Foster Care, Key Ministry, Resources Tagged Adoption, Created for Care, Disability Ministry, Foster Care, Inclusion, me too, parent support, Refresh Conference, Shannon Dingle 1 Comment
The myth that love is always enough…
Sadly, love isn’t always enough, and the implication that it is (or should be) with kids exposed to trauma or neglect is as destructive as the myth that mental illness is caused by a problem with sin or inadequate faith.
Posted in Adoption, Advocacy, Controversies, Families, Foster Care, Key Ministry Tagged Adoption, church, Disability Ministry, Family Ministry, Foster Care, Key Ministry, love is always enough, myths, neglect, parent support, trauma 8 Comments