Church should be place of acceptance for people with special needs
from Associated Baptist Press
People with disabilities don't want churches that just "welcome" them, but rather congregations that value them and include them in living a "full life of faith," according to a long-time advocate for special-needs ministry. "Valued is being seen as someone who brings gifts and talents, being seen as a contributor," said Ginny Thornburgh, director of an interfaith initiative for the American Association of People with Disabilities.
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