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Can a child with disabilities have a faith? Mark Arnold uses Scripture and experience to tackle this important question in this post.
1 mom unpacks 4 school options for special needs students that, at different stages, have benefitted her 2 sons with learning issues.
Today’s blogger describes how her child’s diagnosis landed her on the special needs roller coaster and how she’s learned to enjoy the ride.
After her son’s seizure Sandy Ramsey-Trayvick reailzed the lyrics “I won’t forget your faithfulness” had prepared her for what was coming.
This new Different Dream series shares ideas about how the love languages and special needs families are a great combination for a pandemic.
Moriah and Friends is a new kind of book series for kids. It’s latest offering “I Am Me” features kids with disabilties and special needs.
As a caregiving parent, you may be wondering what your mission field could possibly be. Amy Felix has some ideas that may surprise you.
You rest while we pray. Those are comforting words for grieving families during this pandemic when we can only be with them virtually.
Finding grace in all the wrong places makes life better in hard situations like special needs parenting and pandemics. Here’s how to do it.
The special needs Lord’s prayer came together for Mark Arnold on a Sunday morning when he attended virtual church with his son James. Here's the fruit of his musings and his labor. As I watched church on Zoom Sunday morning, enjoying the opportunity to relax and be in...
Churches must welcome those with disabilities so families are prepared for hard calls like one we recieved. “We’ve decided to stop dialysis.”
Moving from COVID craziness to mindful delight while raising kids with disabilities. It can be done, and it will grow your love for them.
Using the 5 love languages to help traumatized kids makes sense. Whatever causes the trauma, these reasons show why the love languages help.
Laura Spiegel says we can role model how to process feelings in healthy ways to our kids. In this post she explains how and why to do it.
We’re cooking up a happy pandemic birthday for my mom who turns 92 today. Follow this recipe to do the same for someone you love.
Caregivers who feel called to be creative often struggle to find time for themselves. Author and mom Mary Kenyon offers 5 ideas for creative endeavors.