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How to Schedule a Year of Disability Ministry Curriculum

A woman meticulously writing on a piece of paper with a pen, creating a detailed schedule for the upcoming year of Disability Ministry Curriculum.
Recently, our friends over at Shine Disability Ministry with Southeast Christian Church wrapped up scheduling a year of curriculum. I have been saving this along the way in hopes of sharing it with you all as an idea of how you can implement our disability ministry curriculum throughout the year. January | Tastes Like Chicken […]
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Podcast: Tightropes, wheelbarrows, duct tape, tic-tac-toe, and your ministry

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In this episode of Start With Hello: Conversations About Disability, Jason discusses a fun way to review lessons in your classroom and ways to modify the activity based on your group. Resources in this episode:
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Puzzles and Fruit of the Spirit

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For those of you who have taught disability ministry, I am hoping that I am not alone in the feeling I am about to describe here. I can recall several times when I was up in front of the classroom, teaching our teen disability class at church, only to look out and get the feeling […]
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AI, Chatbots, and Disability Ministry

Would you like to explore our AI-powered Chatbots for our Disability Ministry programs?
I try to limit my time on Facebook as much as possible. In fact, my screen time limit on my phone is set to just 10 minutes. I figure that is more than enough time on the average day. When I decide to use Facebook, I do my best to focus on using it as […]
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Disability Ministry Curriculum Catalog

Curriculum catalog for disability ministry.
We have developed, and continue to develop, a wide variety of disability ministry curriculum to prayerfully apply to any class setting. We began by offering our “traditional” curriculum, which is our way of say it is PowerPoint-driven, for both adults and children. When we develop curriculum for adults, it is written for adults. We never […]
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Tic-Tac-Toe: Fun Game to Add to Your Class

A man showcasing a Tic-Tac-Toe game on a white board as part of the curriculum.
“Does anyone remember anything we are teaching?” That is a thought that I continually have after every Sunday.  There have been times when I look out to the class and it feels as if nobody is paying attention to anything I am saying.  I want so badly for our message to connect and become a […]
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Podcast: Getting Men Involved with Disability Ministry

Podcast: Involving Men in Disability Ministry with a Smiling Man
In this episode of Start With Hello: Conversations About Disability, Jason covers a few stats surrounding men being involved in the church, divorce, as well as creative ways to get men to step up and become more engaged with disability ministry. Resources mentioned in this episode: Helpful articles and statistics:
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Crossing the Line in the Sand

An empty wheelchair at the end of a ramp extended the length of a beach to the water.
In 2020, I volunteered to serve at Camp Freedom. Hosted by Southeast Christian Church at Country Lake Christian Retreat, Camp Freedom is a 3-day, 2-night camp for those 10 years and older with an intellectual, developmental, and/or physical disability. It was my first year serving and my first real experience at a camp like this.  […]
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Start With Hello – Free Wallpaper

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This phrase has always been, and most likely always will be, one of our favorite phrases. If you’d like to download other free wallpapers we have available, you can find those here.
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Jesus Cares About Everyone

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Bronwyn peached at University Covenant Church recently as part of their series called, “Breakaway to the High Seas.” In this video, she speaks about Jesus’ invitation to be in His crew and how He loves, cares for and protects us.
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