How often do young people get to push their pastor or building committee chair around in a wheelchair? Not only will youth in church learn about accessibility and empathy for people with disabilities, they will provide a valuable service to the church leadership.
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The Mission Activators of Classis Quinte-West were asked to develop a list of skills and character traits that would help identify and develop leaders who have the capacity to lead larger groups (15+).
For too long the church has been silent about the moral travesty of climate change. Today, the Pope has said, “Enough is enough,” and the Christian Reformed Church welcomes his voice.
These questions are a resource for people who want to question U.S. candidates for federal, state, and local office about their positions on issues that affect people with disabilities.
Caring begins with something as simple as a friendly greeting. Here are some tips for proper etiquette with a person with a disability.
If your child seems to have developmental delays, s/he needs active intervention. The Help Me Grow program is a great tool to check out!
Ministry is primarily about relationships, but programs can provide the space for relationships to develop and flourish. This information sheet was distributed to people at Orland Park CRC by their Disability Concerns Team.
The well intended ways in which your church acknowledges Mothers Day may be a source of pain for some worshippers. Here's how to change that.
Listen in as Rev. Paul Ryan, pastor for worship at Calvin University, describes how students are working together to grow their spiritual disciplines.
Here’s one other approach to add to your list of possibilities while the kids are home. It’s tech-free, faith-forming, and fun!