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Source: Study: U.S. Churches Exclude Children with Autism, ADD/ADH…… | News & Reporting | Christianity Today This article brings out several valid points concerning churches and children with autism, presented from the point of view of an adult having no … Continue reading →
Reading Together, Early Church Style …Wright wanted to step back and ask who was reading what in the first century. His advisors told him—and others scholars all thought—that he would have to include the first three to four centuries to … Continue reading →
Source: National LGBT Cancer Network Transgender/Gender-Nonconforming People and Cancer I wasn’t terribly up to date on these issues in spite of my own personal experiences. I have suspected for years that hormones used in transition, including “puberty blockers”, might be … Continue reading →
Source: The Human Longevity Project Film Documentary Series In the flood of “docuseries” turning up in my email inbox of late, I nearly overlooked this one. I have only watched part of one episode so far but, unlike most of … Continue reading →
Source: The Ministry of the Disabled | Christianity Today Think about what people can do, not what they can’t do.
Source: Bible Health Secrets This is one new series I will be following and watching. I don’t know where they are going with this, but I am familiar with some of the other work of the people putting it on … Continue reading →
Source: Join the FREE 2018 Food Revolution Summit! These announcements keep flooding into my email inbox, and I can’t keep up with them all. This one sounds good, but I won’t be watching. Too many, too many! IT’S TIME FOR … Continue reading →
I’m reading this right now. I was looking for something straightforward that I could pass along to others. Maybe not the answer to everything, but pointing clearly to the way out of the mess which is our cultural and “official” … Continue reading →
My Autistic Son’s Lesson: No One Is Broken …instead of telling him to stop pretending and join us, we started pretending and joined him. “Joining,” to use this author’s term, is what I have been advocating all along. Coming from … Continue reading →
I don’t have a lot of faith in either government-sponsored healthcare or the medical industry. I am not at zero confidence with either, but my faith certainly lies elsewhere. I experienced the ACA first hand because I happened to be … Continue reading →