Living with autism affects Tony’s ability to communicate and interact socially. Yet Tony is a deacon in his congregation, one who helps prepare for and serve communion. Tony was named a deacon because of his gifts of helpfulness, discernment, and encouragement....
Devon is following a calling to become a chaplain. He now has a seminary degree and further training. How is your congregation encouraging the gifts of all of its members, including those with physical and developmental disabilities?
Margaret and Kristen celebrate their friendship while participating a fundraising walk for National Alliance on Mental Illness. How does your congregation support friendship and connection with members who live with serious mental illness?
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