Launching a ministry to children and adults with disabilities is a daunting assignment. Many churches are already spread thin on volunteers, space, and money—they can hardly imagine taking on another ministry. Other churches don't know where to start, how to find resources, or how to reach their community in this new way.
The following video is an excerpt from the Exceptional Teaching Online program developed by CCFH.org. If your church isn't offering any ministry to the disability community—or if it's struggling in the ministry it is offering—consider how these steps could work in your church.
For the complete Exceptional Teaching Online training course, visit CCFH.org.
Copyright © 2007 Christian Church Foundation for the Handicapped. Used by permission.
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