Blessings from a special-needs child
Calling my wife and me “special” suggests that there is an alternative—that it would have been acceptable to refuse to receive our child.
I recently watched my granddaughter and other teens with Down syndrome perform Shakespeare—with emotion, wit and passion.
A seminary does disability ministry
Western Seminary students had both needs and assets. So did the wider community's adults with disabilities.
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