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Children with Challenges
Those who cannot come to God with the understanding we're accustomed to — the developmentally disabled and, I think, children and the seriously ill and so on — present a way of coming to God built primarily upon faith, rather than understanding. That seems to be what God asks for! I have also been challenged to think again about whether any of us are whole in the eyes of God.
A Spiritual Key for AutismOur oldest daughter has special needs. She has been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.... With hours spent each day in therapy... where do we fit in time for that child's spiritual needs? More
Including Children with Special Needs in Worship and Church School ProgramsThe first step for including children with special needs in any program at church or elsewhere begins with personal attitudes. Inclusion... is about seeing each child, no matter how challenged, as having the potential to learn and the same need to be loved and included as all other children. In the church, inclusion is also about wanting every child to know that they are deeply loved by God. More
SitesIdeal Lives: Special Needs, Practical Support
[Nouwen tells] the story of "doing together in Jesus' name" a series of lectures on Christian leadership with Bill Van Buren, a resident of one of the L'Arché communities in which Nouwen also resided as chaplain.
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Last updated September 13, 2003