Read the main article on a worship service with children of all abilities.
I have a child who has a disability. Here are a few ways that congregations can try to embrace families like mine.
Case by case
Betsy had always worked across interfaith lines. She didn’t expect there would be any problems with her message in the congregation.
An interview with novelist Kent Haruf
“I wanted to create a different kind of preacher—someone who would be in opposition to what would be normal in a small town like that.”
Ministerial group bridges left-right divide
Afterwards, Larry Engel thanked Mike Breininger for running a productive meeting. Breininger was startled: "I don't recall a liberal pastor ever complimenting me."
The homebrew movement goes to church
In local churches, brewing clubs have formed for fun and fellowship. They’re also extending a deep tradition of hospitality to non-Christians.
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