Helping with Life Transitions

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Aug. 20, 2018
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We have all been created with a desire to fully belong. We want to be loved, embraced, cared for, and missed when we’re absent. A disability in no way removes this desire, and it is up to the church to create authentic communities where individuals can connect and truly engage in the journey of life together.

In Helping with Life Transitions, the latest release from the Irresistible Church Series, we discuss the logistics of ministry to teens and adults, and how our attitudes should be more about coming alongside others and doing life together rather than just providing ministry.

As ministry leaders, it’s our job to create safe environments where people can discover their gifts and be released into ministry. Are you ready to engage young adults affected by disability and embrace them into your church community?

Visit our resource library or check it out on Amazon or Smash Words to download your copy of Helping with Life Transitions!


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My church launched into an adventure of a lifetime and built a new church building which is accessible for all peoples with different health problems and disabilities. God's Country Ministries is a Free Methodist Church with a big heart and growing congregation. Everything is on one floor and lots of room for parking. I can not give you any pictures now. Will see what our facebook address is and will get back with you on this. Until then God Blessings to you.
  • Sept. 25, 2018
  • 12:11 a.m.
  • Cheryl Greene