Remember Your Example
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Remember Your Example

I have this vivid memory that comes to my mind every so often. I’m about twelve years old, sitting in church, a few rows behind an older couple with a young man sitting between them. He made gestures and noises to them during the service and they would respond. They were in service nearly every...

A Night to Shine: A First Timer’s Experience
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A Night to Shine: A First Timer’s Experience

Sitting in the main sanctuary at Southeast Christian Church on a Friday afternoon, taking in the volunteers trickling in, all decked out in their nice attire, was not what my average Friday looks like.  Most of the sanctuary was empty except for a few sections of volunteers who were listening to some helpful information on...

All Buildings Can Talk as Long as We Chose to Listen
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All Buildings Can Talk as Long as We Chose to Listen

Jason MorrisonJason joins the Ability Ministry team and brings over 20 years of graphic design and marketing experience to the table. He has handled projects from local start-up businesses to publicly owned internationally based companies, including a Shark Tank company. Jason currently reside in Louisville with his wife, two daughters, and dog Pepper. In his...

Meeting a Dual Diagnosis
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Meeting a Dual Diagnosis

In all my years of working and serving in the special needs community, I think I have seen every type of diagnosis there is. In my opinion, one of the most challenging is meeting the needs of someone with a dual diagnosis, or someone who is diagnosed with both a mental illness and cognitive impairment....

We Can Do Better!
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We Can Do Better!

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...

This is the day the Lord has made, we will rejoice and be glad in it.
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This is the day the Lord has made, we will rejoice and be glad in it.

Amy TroyerAmy is the Special Needs Ministry Coordinator for The Chapel Green. She grew up at The Chapel and has been married to her husband Mark for more than 20 years. They have two children, Abby and Ryan. Ryan was born in 2001 with Down Syndrome. As her family began the journey with a special...

The Top Disability Bible Verses
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The Top Disability Bible Verses

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...

How 2×2 Worked: Part 3 of 3
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How 2×2 Worked: Part 3 of 3

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...

Why 2×2? Part 2 of 3
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Why 2×2? Part 2 of 3

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...

2×2 Strategy: Part 1 of 3
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2×2 Strategy: Part 1 of 3

Did you know that the #1 consultation request we get is… “Help getting started”? If you are wondering where to start too, why not start your ministry using the same strategy that Jesus used when starting his ministry? Jesus used a specific strategy to start and spread his influence and ministry. He used a 2×2...