Jolene relates a story from her teaching years as an illustration of when parents of kids with disabilities get ahead of themselves.
Sandy Ramsey-Trayvick explains that a true relationship with God enables her to say, “Lord, I don’t understand, but I trust You.”
It’s not all flowers, candy, and moonlit dinners. Jolene shows what love is all about in her Valentine’s Day love story.
Guest blogger Mark Arnold proclaims that by looking at the example of Jesus, we can say that disability ministry goes after the one.
Valeria Conshafter highlights the differences between her story and her daughters in “What does my child remember about EA/TEF treatment?”
Jolene reflects on the lighter side of special needs parenting with her top ten perks of raising a child with disabilities.