Fun Disability Ministry Class Activity on a Budget
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Fun Disability Ministry Class Activity on a Budget

Run out of ideas for a fun activity for your disability ministry class?  Need something that is fun for everyone and won’t break the bank? I was in the same boat this last week for the teen class at Southeast Christian Church.  There are many activities we can all participate in that are fun, however,...

Trivia Night: Getting Men Involved in Disability Ministry
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Trivia Night: Getting Men Involved in Disability Ministry

When I first got started with disability ministry, it was not a grand calling.  I did not wake up in the middle of the night with a vision from God who provided a clear direction for ministry.  My introduction to truly serving the disability community was far less extravagant.  Mary Tatum, who runs the Shine...

Memory Verse Scramble Activity
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Memory Verse Scramble Activity

Finding a creative and inclusive activity that brings the entire classroom together while at the same time, incorporates the weekly lesson isn’t always super easy to come up with. In our teen class at Southeast Christian Church, our group seems to really enjoy the hands-on activities.  I am always looking to find ways that we...

Taylor’s Testimony
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Taylor’s Testimony

“Through me just living my life the best that I can, I think then, Christ’s glory is shown and I am able to fulfill his purpose for my life.” This is Taylor’s testimony.   Thank you to the great team at First Christian Church of Canton for providing this video. Ability MinistryEquipping and empowering disability...

Sometimes It’s OK to Throw Things at Church
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Sometimes It’s OK to Throw Things at Church

There was a small part of me that was hesitant to even type those words. It should go without saying that the last action we want to encourage in our ministries is throwing an object. However, here is an instance where I feel we can bend the rules just a tad. In the teen special...

Disability Ministry Done Right
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Disability Ministry Done Right

Have you ever heard of the word GIDER? No, it is not the first part of the well-known Larry the Cable Guy’s saying, “GIT-R-Done!” Though it is something every local church should “get done.” If you are a Scrabble pro and you are tempted to grab your dictionary let me save you the time. You...

3 Ways to Make Your Egg Hunt Accessible
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3 Ways to Make Your Egg Hunt Accessible

Is your church planning an Easter egg hunt this year? Thoughtfully structuring your egg hunt with all participants in mind will communicate to participants that they are seen, known, and loved. Consider implementing these three steps to make your hunt accessible and inclusive for all. Communicate expectations clearly to all participants Perhaps the best way...

Ministry Reimagined
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Ministry Reimagined

Ryan WolfeIt is Ryan’s passion to equip and empower churches, organizations, and individuals to reach their disability communities for Jesus. Ryan comes to Ability Ministry with 15+ years of ministry experience. He previously worked at First Christian Church in Canton, Ohio as their full-time Disability Pastor. He also worked as a Church Consultant for Key...

Volunteer Guardians and Your Church
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Volunteer Guardians and Your Church

Ryan WolfeIt is Ryan’s passion to equip and empower churches, organizations, and individuals to reach their disability communities for Jesus. Ryan comes to Ability Ministry with 15+ years of ministry experience. He previously worked at First Christian Church in Canton, Ohio as their full-time Disability Pastor. He also worked as a Church Consultant for Key...

Volunteer Guardians and Your Church
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Volunteer Guardians and Your Church

Did you know that people affected by disability are abused and neglected at a higher rate than any other people group in the entire world? While that is a gut punch you may be wondering what you could possibly do about it? There is an answer! Proverbs 31:8 commands us to, “Speak up for those...