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Helping with Life Transitions: Engaging Young Adults with Disabilities Into the


Helping with Life Transitions: Engaging Young Adults with Disabilities Into the

Come Alongside Teens and Adults and Share Life Together Children affected by disability don’t stay children forever. In the same way that parents must adjust their parenting strategies, our churches must adapt ministry strategies to appropriate age levels and expectations in order to serve people affected by disability well. Eventually, ministry programs will naturally extend beyond our church gatherings and grow into true friendships. As we discuss the logistics of ministry to teens and adults, our attitudes should be more about coming alongside others and doing life together than providing ministry for others. It is our desire to see churches become irresistible—places of authentic community that compel people of all ages affected by disability to fully belong.

  • Author: Joni and Friends
  • Published: 2018-08-16 18:35:06
  • Words: 13301
Helping with Life Transitions: Engaging Young Adults with Disabilities Into the Helping with Life Transitions: Engaging Young Adults with Disabilities Into the