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- The pandemic as an unexpected blessing to the disability community
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- Church leader, it's never been more important to help those in your faith community get the mental health help they… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 4 hours ago
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Tag Archives: Skyler Hensley
I’m surprised by how few Christian parents are intentional about parenting their kids with a plan for the challenges they’re going to face in the future. On the occasion of Ransom’s first birthday, and our two other paid staff (Rebecca Hamilton and Katie Wetherbee) taking their oldest kids to college for the first time this week, I thought it appropriate to repeat this post from last year… Continue reading
It’s hard for me to imagine any service we can provide more important or more impactful to the Kingdom than addressing the spiritual development of our kids. And not just our biological or adopted children…all of the children in our sphere of influence.