Life can be really full on can’t it! With all the phone calls, appointments and forms that need filling in. Then there’s the planning and support needed for all the everyday things that need doing, and places that need going to… Written by Cathy Porter
This morning I started a new devotional that was put out by Wycliffe Bible Translators. In the devotional, the author depicts a banquet scene. In this scene there is a long table, name cards at each spot. The silverware is polished and the candles are flickering…Written by Jonathan McGuire
I was heartbroken by my son’s pain. I wanted it to stop. I wanted to take it away. I was heartbroken by the trapped world my son lived in with a body and brain that didn’t function normal or well…Written by Sarah McGuire
How do we think about the future when we are living in so much chaos?Do you ever feel like you are living from one moment to the next, just taking one more breath and trying to put one foot in front of the other?
The polar vortex and gratitude. I never thought of pairing the two until the great polar vortex of January 2019. Even though I have lived through plenty of what we used to call "cold snaps"…written by Jolene Philo
As the parent of a son with autism and a sibling of a sister with Down’s Syndrome, Sandra writes from multiple perspectives on the issues. I appreciate Sandra’s down-to-earth communication style, authenticity and transparency with the journey she and her husband have traveled…
I watched the scene with tears welling up in my eyes as I immediately substituted all of the challenges that the actor was communicating in his song for my own son’s challenges and reflected on how I felt about them…. Written by John Felageller from https://www.facebook.com/johnsspecialneedsblog/