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Tag Archives: Rebecca Adam
For our friends in children’s ministry, I’d echo the question Reggie Joiner posed at the beginning of the chapter: Do you really believe in the potential of parents? Including parents of kids who don’t think and react and behave like other kids? I do. Continue reading
As a church we really need to emphasize the importance of that child’s faith over any outward behavior. Not every child has the ability to sit quietly for an entire sermon or look and act appropriately in front of adults, but every child has the ability to have a loving relationship with Jesus. Continue reading
I needed so desperately to hear from the church that these children were a gift, wonderfully designed by God and that it wasn’t my fault. Continue reading
“Just this morning in church I got a few angry eyes while I was sitting in the pew at church trying to calm my son down. I just wish people could understand this is a developmental problem. I am not a horrible mom that just can’t control my son. My husband and I have been a Christian for many years and I have to say, if I were visiting church as a new believer and received those kind of reactions, I would never return.” Continue reading