from → Megan
Can’t stop smiling seeing their faces. The children’s yes, but the parents… they radiate hope for their children. Their words are painful a times yet wonderful when they talk about their children’s diagnosis:
“A different path… longer road… challenges ahead… life’s not fair but God is faithful.”
“Life is hard, death is hard… still thankful for God’s promises… Children with disabilities are not purposefully disobedient, or bad…”
“These children have special needs for patience… to feel welcome… to experience acceptance… to worship God… to be comfortable just being themselves… for us to love them where they are right now… Let this child help others see her with Christ’s eyes… that would be a good thing.”
Yes, a very good thing!
A wonderful message and amazing families ~ oh the theme song rocks, and so does the young singer. 🙂
Wow. What a moving film. What a wonderful ministry.
The whole family LOVED watching this! What a wonderful idea! Diane did a great job sharing a bit of her heart too!
Blessings, my brother. I don’t know the parameters of this ministry, but the faith shown by these parents and children needs to be showcased and shared.
Don’t stop, believing.
This was a wonderful message. We have started a special needs ministry at St. Simons community church on St. Simons Island Georgia and would welcome any insights or suggestions.
Is this group in Abilene or is it in California? I couldn’t tell from the website.
May God bless this ministry in every way.
Praising God for your vision. We are so happy to hear about this new ministry. What a great outreach program. Thanks Mike and Diane
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