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Our latest construction project is teaching me that building is a slow process, whether a house is going up or a heart is being edified.
I want to live with the confidence of a five-year-old. Thanks to the word of God and my sweet grandson, I know how to do it.
Thriving during the holiday season is possible in the midst of a pandemic. Liz Mathies believes it could be the best holiday season ever!
For parents who want the best for their child with special needs the words consider, respect, and honor can help them achieve their goal.
Sandra Peoples believes praying scripture over your child with special needs is important. She’s created a resource to help you do it.
Caregivers need easy, effective ways to stay emotionally healthy. These basic love language concepts can lead to less stress and more joy.
If you’re wondering if creating a joyful 2020 holiday season is possible during a pandemic, the answer is yes. These ideas can help.
To the mama whose child is diagnosed with a chronic disease, Laura Siegel offers advice on how to paint that child in living color.
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.