Whether you are brand new to volunteering in disability ministry or you are a seasoned veteran we have three FREE resources that will help you take the next step in becoming more effective in your current role.
There is no better place to start than building a strong biblical foundation. Jesus said in Luke 6:47-49:
“Some people come and listen to me and do what I say. I will show you what they are like. They are like a man who builds a house. He digs down deep and sets it on solid rock. When a flood comes, the river rushes against the house. But the water can’t shake it. The house is well-built. But here is what happens when people listen to my words and do not obey them. They are like a man who builds a house on soft ground instead of solid rock. The moment the river rushes against that house, it falls down. It is completely destroyed.”
God is not silent on the topic of disability in the Bible. As you begin serving build that firm foundation upon the truth in God’s word. If you do when the storms come you will be well prepared.
Download or print this free resource to see exactly what the bible says about disability.
After building a firm foundation based on God’s word, what’s next?
You need to prepare yourself for interacting with people which can be pretty nerve-racking if you don’t have any experience in doing so. You want to have a good first impression and we can help! There are certain things that you will want to do and things you definitely don’t want to do. That is why you need our disability etiquette resource.
Before you get all the tips in this resource let me let you in on a little secret. Jesus has given us a cheat code for interacting with others. You can find it in Matthew 7:12. “In everything, do to others what you would want them to do to you.”
For the rest of the tips download or print this free resource to help you in your interactions with people with disabilities:
Okay. You are off to a great start preparing yourself for success in serving in Disability Ministry. What is left? There are countless misconceptions about people with disabilities. The world believes that disability is a negative. Because of the wrong worldviews about disability, people have come up with some really bad assumptions. This final resource will help you not step into it if you know what I mean!
Download or print this free resource to help you not put your foot in your mouth:
Now take a deep breath. You are ready to jump in and be a Kingdom difference-maker!
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