Children's Ministry
Shepherd Children with Special Needs
Be prepared to respond with love and care when children with special needs walk through the door.
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Overview

How will we respond when a disabled person walks through the door? This training theme focuses on how to develop leaders to minister to children with special needs and their families.

This tool is adapted from "Shepherding Children with Special Needs," a PromiseLand Conference workshop by Kaleen Marshall & Debbie Getty. PromiseLand is a ministry of the Willow Creek Association.

This Resource contains all of the following:

A Case for Serving Special-Needs Children and Their Families 
Recognize the value of all the parts of the body.

How to Shepherd Special-Needs Children 
Steps you can take to reach those with special needs.

20 Helpful Strategies for ADHD Kids 
Use these suggestions to help everyone have a good class experience.

Special Friends Inclusion 
This fact sheet will help you understand what our Inclusion ministry entails.


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Topics:Children's ministry, Christian life, Family, Nursery, Sunday school, Volunteer care, Volunteers
Filters:Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Director of Christian education, Family ministry, Nursery, Pastor, Sunday school, Sunday school
References:1 Corinthians 12
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