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Who do you say Jesus is? Seems like an easy question at first glance. Guest blogger Sandy Ramsey-Trayvick found assurance when Jesus showed her who He is while her son with special needs dealt with major medical challenges. In Mark 8:27- 29, we find Jesus questioning...
Guest blogger Kimberly Drew brings perspective and help for weary caregivers. This new year is not ringing in so well for me. I would tell you about everything that has made this an unhappy new year thus far, but it would use up my whole article! I can pretty...
Celebrate EA/TEF Awareness Day by looking back on ten diverse Different Dream blog posts by EA/TEF parents and survivors.
The body and brain will eventually rebel when when the unexpected becomes the norm for the caregiver. Here’s what I did when it happened to me.
Non-verbal kids can communicate. Tuning in to your special needs child’s non-verbal cues can make all the difference.
Lisa Pelissier not only explains how to come alongside a child with selective mutism, she interviews her daughter who is overcoming it.
While we expect hospital chaplains to provide support to families facing the death of a loved one, other services they offer may surprise you.
The Sharing Love Abundantly blog series wraps up with a look at the caregiver-recommended resource section at the end of the book.
These five read aloud tips can have an impact on every child, whatever their abilities, because God created us to learn through stories.
3 verses to keep caregivers from falling over the edge of themselves to when the mountain of special needs parenting is steep and narrow.
The holiday season can be hard for caregiving families. They can become a little less difficult by looking for pockets of joy.
Communication is a gift we can give our non-verbal children. Kimberly Drew describes 3 ways they offer that gift to their sweet daughters.
The final chapter of Sharing Love Abundantly is full of wisdom from caregiving parents. Here are a few nuggets to whet your appetite.
Mom and therapist Kristin Faith Evans explains the difference between typical caregiver stress and more serious mental health symptoms.
When we don’t know everything that’s going to happen in the lives of our kids with disabilities, we can trust the One who does.
When life as a caregiver is considered from the viewpoint of the rock being shaped by a sculptor, perspectives shift dramatically.