Catching A Glimpse Of God’s Faithfulness

Catching A Glimpse Of God’s Faithfulness

By Meaghan Wall A few weeks ago I was making my rounds through the Special Needs classes in the church on a Sunday morning. While visiting the Tweeners Class (our specialized classroom for students 11-17 years old), I noticed one of our students, Travis, was not participating with the group and seemed to be a little upset. He didn’t want to stay in the room while the students talked about the story of Jonah so he opted to come into the lobby with me and another volunteer in order to calm down... Read More
Training Volunteers To Include Children And Students With Autism

Training Volunteers To Include Children And Students With Autism

by Stephen “Doc” Hunsley, M.D. WHY IS TRAINING IMPORTANT? 90 percent of individuals with special needs don’t attend church. WHY? The main concern families have is that the staff and volunteers at the church will not be able to adequately care for the needs of their child, or they just don’t feel accepted. The church needs to be a place of refuge for families with special needs where the parents know that their child is loved! Here is a very interesting piece of trivia: 75 percent... Read More