Brad would find himself praying for healing, not for himself, but for the adults with disabilities to whom he tended each day. God revealed His power, but not by healing.
Dan Vander Plaats
Husband of Chicago-born Calvin grad, father of Ben and Emma. Director of Advancement at Elim Christian Services. Lifetime member of the Christian Reformed Church.
Mark - thankful for your service and the opportunity to learn from and alongside you. While I was sad to hear that you are retiring, I am grateful that you have followed the Lord's leading in this...posted on: Announcing Mark Stephenson’s Retirement
Great article, Mark. While I appreciate starting with what people can do instead of what they can't (point 1), I bristle at the notion of "seeing people for what they can do." If this is how we...posted on: Five Ideas for Creating Belonging
Thank you for sharing your ministry with us, Jenna. Be strong and courageous in the Lord. So grateful that the Holy Spirit has filled you up in a way that equips you to bless and encourage others...
I do not see anything in the plans that highlights the inclusion and belonging of people with disabilities. With 1 in 5 households including someone who lives with a disabling condition, and with...posted on: Inspire 2017 Updates: Your Feedback Needed