One of the most effective means churches have for providing needed supports for children, teens, and adults who have disabilities is a buddy ministry. Adult or peer volunteers can assist […]
About Faith Skillman
Faith is an Exceptional Student Specialist in Lancaster, PA. She has been an educational consultant to numerous churches, training staff and members how to make adaptations to Sunday School curriculums. She teaches children and adults with disabilities in her own church.
Entries by Faith Skillman
Everyone takes in information in the same way, through the five senses; but how that information is processed differs for each person. The methods by which we process information are […]
Physical learners will learn best if you help them DO IT! Here are some of our favorite tips and strategies. Allow for movement throughout the class schedule Engage students by […]
Auditory learners will learn best if you help them HEAR IT! Here are some of our favorite tips and strategies. Tell stories and allow students to retell them Read from […]
Visual learners will learn best if you help them SEE IT! Here are some of our favorite tips and strategies. Use sign language or hand motions Use expressive body language […]
Use this Curriculum Adaptation Grid (PDF) to think through curriculum adaptations that will help your students participate, as much and for as long as possible, in class or home instruction. […]
A Discovery Box is a portable container, such as a shoe box or a plastic bin, that is filled with interactive tools to help students who learn differently from their […]
Who We Are
Engaging Disability With The Gospel is the denominational disability ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). We are a ministry of Mission to North America (MNA) of the PCA. We own and operate Simply the Gospel, specializing in the creation, publishing, and online sales of Bible resources that are adapted to support the discipleship of unique learners. Our mission is to coach churches to disciple and enfold kids, teens, and adults with disabilities.