Ability Ministry Videos

Disability Ministry Sunday

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Key Ministry promotes meaningful connection between churches and families of kids with disabilities for the purpose of making disciples of Jesus Christ. Since 2002, we’ve provided knowledge, innovation and experience to the worldwide church as it ministers to and with families of kids with disabilities. While expanding our service to churches, we find ourselves called to a new phase of ministry in which we seek to help families impacted by disability to become connected with local churches where parents and children can worship and grow in faith alongside other Christ-followers.

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Open Church

Less than 10% of all churches offer any type of disability outreach. Together, let’s partner to create an outreach plan specific to your congregation.  Start here.

Respite: Motivation & Methods

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Key Ministry promotes meaningful connection between churches and families of kids with disabilities for the purpose of making disciples of Jesus Christ. Since 2002, we’ve provided knowledge, innovation and experience to the worldwide church as it ministers to and with families of kids with disabilities. While expanding our service to churches, we find ourselves called to a new phase of ministry in which we seek to help families impacted by disability to become connected with local churches where parents and children can worship and grow in faith alongside other Christ-followers.

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Theology of Disability Ministry

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Key Ministry promotes meaningful connection between churches and families of kids with disabilities for the purpose of making disciples of Jesus Christ. Since 2002, we’ve provided knowledge, innovation and experience to the worldwide church as it ministers to and with families of kids with disabilities. While expanding our service to churches, we find ourselves called to a new phase of ministry in which we seek to help families impacted by disability to become connected with local churches where parents and children can worship and grow in faith alongside other Christ-followers.

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Nick Doll Devotional

This is a wonderful video testimonial from our friend Nick Doll on the importance of life.  We are very thankful to Nick for offering to share his wisdom with us.

More Alike Than Different

A group from First Christian Day Services shares with us how we’re all really more alike than different. Video produced by First Christian Church.

Hidden Treasures Mission Trip

Hidden Treasures Mission Trip 2016.  Video produced by First Christian Church.

Talk To Me

Whether you are in a health care or other professional environment or just having a personal conversation, consider these basic rules for communicating with a person with an intellectual disability.

The Secret Beauty of My Heart

This is a special message from our amazing Riverwood residents.

Psalm 139: First Christian Services Day Participants

You are fearfully, wonderfully, and beautifully made (Psalm 139). March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, and March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day. At First Christian Church we believe Jesus is for ALL people. We hope this video recorded by people in our Day Services program is a reminder of your value to God. Video by First Christian Church.

5 Stages of Disability Attitudes

Vinnie Adams takes viewers on a quick tour of The 5 Stages, and reminds us that our attitudes aren’t about just disability, they’re about how we see the image of God in others. Produced by Elim Christian Services.