The mentally challenged community is hungry to hear the Gospel. If we can get people to our chapel services, they will almost always accept the wonderful grace of Christ into their lives. Yet, discipleship is a struggle. One day at […]
What an amazing story. You won’t be disappointed.
There may be nothing that is as potent in leadership than a sense of humor, especially when you allow yourself to become the joke. I’ve watched gifted leaders turn some of their greatest blunders into a time of learning for […]
Several years ago, Richard Stimson wrote in the Special Gathering newsletter, Networks, something that made a big impression on me. He said that all of us who serve within the disability community stand on the backs of the generations who have […]
When I first began writing to meet a deadline, I found that I could sit at the computer for only a limited number of hours. Every 15 minutes or so, I would walk around the house or yard. I might […]
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Want to be trendy but watching your cholesterol and your waist line? Don’t worry. Here it is! Kool-Aid Fudge. No deep-frying, just delicious yummyness. You can be the first person among your friends to make Linda’s Kool-Aid Fudge. Pick your […]
Making decisions are a part of all of our lives. Each day we make a mulititude of decisions. Whenever the phone rings, I have to decide whether to answer it or not. If I’m in the middle of teaching or […]
I hope you will enjoy this incredible story, which was written by Mark Hanlon, Senior Vice President of Compasion International. Every so often, you come across someone who truly inspires you. Recently, for me, that person is a teenager from […]