Don’t Let Disability Keep You From Planning for Your Financial Future
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Don’t Let Disability Keep You From Planning for Your Financial Future

If you or your loved one has been living with a disability for any length of time, you probably already have a plan for making sure your day-to-day needs are met. However, do you know how you will handle the expenses of care later in life? If you don’t, it’s important to create a financial...

The Sonflower Bakery Story
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The Sonflower Bakery Story

In February of 2009, I was meeting with my assistant and a parent about potential jobs for our students here at the Church of the Resurrection.  This would help parents have some free time and would also help the students develop job skills.  After determining that many of them would require skills that our students...

Apple of His Eye
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Apple of His Eye

What people may see when they look at a child with a disability may be fact-based, but if they looked using God’s eyes, they would see much more than the diagnosis or special need. When the Lord sent Samuel to find the next king he said to Samuel (1 Samuel 16:7): Do not consider his...

“We will make it work.”
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“We will make it work.”

Ryan WolfeIt is Ryan’s passion to equip and empower churches, organizations, and individuals to reach their disability communities for Jesus. Ryan, Director of Program Development, 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...

Give God Your Weakness
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Give God Your Weakness

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...

What I’ve Learned from Running: Clear Vision Keeps You on Track
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What I’ve Learned from Running: Clear Vision Keeps You on Track

Let me start this blog by saying I am a pretty gross human being. Let me clarify. When it gets hot outside, I sweat buckets. When I exercise, I sweat buckets. Combine the two and it is a sight to behold. After my three-mile runs, I often look for my ten-year-old daughter and try to...

What I’ve Learned from Running: Every Inch of Support matters
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What I’ve Learned from Running: Every Inch of Support matters

Welcome to part one of three on a series about what I’ve learned from being a newbie at running and how it relates to disability ministry. I mentioned in my last blog that I had already had one knee operation. My right knee had always been a problem for me all the way back to...

What I’ve Learned from Running: Environment Isn’t Everything, but it Sure Can Help!
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What I’ve Learned from Running: Environment Isn’t Everything, but it Sure Can Help!

Ryan WolfeIt is Ryan’s passion to equip and empower churches, organizations, and individuals to reach their disability communities for Jesus. Ryan, Director of Program Development, 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...

The Greatest Showman: Never Enough
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The Greatest Showman: Never Enough

The voice behind the song “Never Enough” is performed by Loren Allred in The Greatest Showman. The part in the movie is played by Rebecca Ferguson. Her role in the film is that of Jenny Lind, the Swedish Songbird, the famous opera singer. In the song “Never Enough” Jenny Lind declares her love for P.T....

Year One Celebrations
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Year One Celebrations

The Greek philosopher Socrates once said, “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” From September 1, 2017, to August 31, 2018, Ability Ministry has focused all its energy on building an exciting new future. With a rich history of over 30...