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God Always Keeps His Promises: Taste & See The Rainbow Activity

Taste & See The Rainbow Activity
What is a promise? It is a formal agreement between two people. A commitment to do, or not to do, something both now and in the future. The Bible is full of promises! Some have counted as many as 7,000 to 8,000 different promises in the pages of scripture. Some of the most important is […]
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Create a Masterpiece

Create a Masterpiece
I will be honest. When I look in the mirror I don’t often say, “Wow! That dude is a masterpiece!” I can easily get down on myself for not looking like, or feeling like, a work of art. Good thing that God doesn’t see in me all the things that I get hung up on. […]
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Legos Bring Lessons To Life

Lego Activity
Are your lessons getting stale or falling flat? Are people failing to engage? Do you feel like you are talking, and no one is listening? It happens! Don’t sweat it. There are a few easy ways to drive engagement in your lessons. All it takes is a giant bin of Legos! Let me explain how […]
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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Disability?

The classic 1964 claymation film Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer has so many parallels to real-life situations for individuals with disabilities. Some are truly cringeworthy moments that I never picked up on as a child watching this movie during every holiday season. Let’s recap a few and see what we can learn! I promise you will […]
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Disability Ministry is a Thermostat Ministry

Thermostat
There is an obvious difference between a thermometer and a thermostat. A thermometer tells the temperature of the room while a thermostat not only tells you the temperature but also can change the temperature in a room. In churches, there are both thermometer and thermostat ministries. Thermometer ministries reveal or expose the health of the […]
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The Grinch Misunderstood

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Growing up one of my favorite Christmas stories and TV specials was How The Grinch Who Stole Christmas! by Dr. Seuss. There was always something about the Grinch that loved. Maybe it was his cute dog, his mischievous spirit, or the whole redemption story angle thing. Now reading it as an adult for the one-millionth […]
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If you have a pulse, you have a purpose.

The following headline recently came across my social media feed. “Canada will soon allow medically assisted dying for mental illness." I was beyond disgusted and naively thought this cannot be true. Then after sharing the article with a friend, Dr. Stephen Grcevich, he referred me to another article that made me even sicker than I […]
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Sin Separates Us from God: Object Lesson

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Sin has a devasting effect on people’s lives. Its worst consequence is the fact that it separates people from God. “It is your sins that separate you from your God. He turns away from you when he sees them.” Isaiah 59:2 ERV Nothing could be worse than having God turn away from you. So, exactly […]
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Church Day Services Program

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As part of the Disability Ministry Sunday recently at First Christian Church, they showed this video highlighting what they do and why they do it. The goal of the Day Services program at First Christian Church of Canton Ohio is to point people toward Christ while giving them an enriching experience and helping them feel […]
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Kindness Bingo

Kindness Bingo Challenge Activity Cards and Pens
The world is in desperate need of people practicing kindness. Too often when people open their social media feeds or their televisions they see no shortage of hatred, gossip, and outright sin. Darkness is filling our world. Fight it with kindness! “Be kind and loving to each other.” Ephesians 4:32 ERV The Kindness Bingo game […]
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