Filtered by: Resource

Here you'll find resources posted by individuals, churches, and ministries. Add comments, give a 'thumbs up', or post your own. Can't find something? Use the chat box to let us know.

Sort by

Video
7 views
0 shares
0 rating
0 comments

Take a Pledge to End Use of the R-Word

Using the r-word (retard/retarded) about another person or about doing something foolish slams fellow image-bearers of God. Take a pledge at this website to promise not to use it and to encourage others to stop using it. Also, check out the new PSA produced by r-word.org.

Disability Concerns
Newsletter or Periodical
5 views
0 shares
0 rating
0 comments

89호, 2011년 봄

주제: 간단한 숙박 시설에서 첨단 전자 장치에 까지, 기술은 장애를 가진 사는 사람들에게 예배와 교회 생활에보다 쉽게 접하게할 수 있습니다. 우린 이번 장애물 헐기 호엔 기술에 중점을 두었습니다. 

Disability Concerns
Article
6 views
0 shares
0 rating
0 comments

Setting Boundaries

ADNet has collected a number of articles into one page on this very important topic for ministry. The introduction to the page says, "Setting healthy boundaries enables us to persist in sharing Christ's love through difficult circumstances.

Disability Concerns
Article
1248 views
0 shares
0 rating
1 comment

Recommended Film: Like Stars on Earth

The film "Like Stars on Earth" tells the story of an 8-year-old boy who suffers the abuse of classmates, teachers, and even his own parents for his inability to do what most children learn easily. Later, with the help of a temporary art teacher, the boy's life was changed. 

Disability Concerns
Website
38 views
0 shares
0 rating
0 comments

Signing Savvy

According to this website's self-description, "American Sign Language (ASL) is the third most common language used in the United States behind English and Spanish and continues to be one of the fastest growing languages of study in the U.S.

Disability Concerns
Article
337 views
0 shares
0 rating
3 comments

Is This How a Deaf Person Feels?

I know a bare minimum of sign language so I sat, unable to understand the near silent conversations around me. I could have asked for a translator or requested that people go a little slower. But I was reluctant to do this. Why should I impose my single handicap on an entire group of people? Is this how a deaf person feels?

Disability Concerns

Pages

RSS