This week as we gear up for Austism awareness for April, we are giving away a FREE ebook from Danyello Ferguson & Lynn Parsons called (dis)Abilities and the Gospel. (See more info on the giveaway at the end of this blog.)
Each day, parents and church leaders struggle to teach individuals with special needs. Using helpful information, real-life stories, and a touch of humor, (dis)Abilities and the Gospel provides ways for you to effectively teach people of all ages with autism, Down syndrome, bipolar disorder, memory loss, and other disabilities.
Inside this useful guide, you’ll find;
• Guidance for building strong family relationships
• Steps to teaching prayer and scripture study
• Practical and creative teaching tips
• Programs to help with transitions, communication barriers, and behaviors
• Techniques to help others feel welcome and valued
Find the answers you need and overcome the challenges of teaching the gospel. (dis)Abilities and the Gospel will help you develop each person’s ability to learn and grow as you build peace in your home or classroom.
(dis)Abilities and the Gospel is a resource that may be read, reread, and used many times. . . . The authors have beautifully woven the frustrations that so many people have experienced into an action-living plan to help children with special needs.
—Lloyd Kinnison, PhD. Texas Woman’s University, Special Education Department
This book is an unexpected and very welcome gift to the community of churches and their leaders. It addresses so many of the problems that children, young adults, and adults with disabilities face in church activities.
—Brenda Winegar, Early Interventionist/Cofounder, Kids on the Move
Connie Sokol was a guest blogger today on Danyelle’s Queen of the Clan blog. You can read it here.
To enter the giveaway, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pick a winner at random next Friday, April 20th and you will be notified that you have won. Please check out Danyelle Ferguson’s blog at http://www.queenoftheclan.com/ for more information on the book. Good luck!