We are excited to announce several projects that will help advance the gospel to families impacted by disability. Would you consider partnering with us to bring these projects to fruition?
Learning Management System. We have been offering online trainings on many disability ministry topics for 13 months, but we have only scratched the surface. We need a platform for a comprehensive training system that reaches more churches and families living with disability. We are planning a learning management system (LMS) with multiple tracks with both live and recorded, in-depth training sessions. Would you help contribute to the development of the LMS? $4,000 goal
Adapted Christian Education Visuals. We will soon launch an online store featuring original adapted tools for educated students with varying learning abilities. Our first product is a set of flashcards that accompany the children’s catechism! Products are designed for use at church and home. Proceeds from sales will entirely benefit Engaging Disability’s ministry fund. We have many products on the drawing board. Would you consider contributing to the development of one of these projects?
- Visual Schedule and Behavior Supports. $2,000 goal
- Anchor Charts for Adapted Old Testament Teaching. $1,000 goal
- Anchor Charts for Adapted New Testament Teaching. $1,000 goal
- Worship Supports. $3,000 goal
Ongoing Support of Our Core Ministry Fund. Churches are central to this ministry, and we could not operate without the generous support of congregations. Would you consider connecting our director, Ashley Belknap, with your church’s leaders to explore the possibility of partnering with Engaging Disability? We need 10 churches to reach our goal for 2019. Contact Ashley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is your church doing disability ministry? If you have even one family in your church who is touched by disability, the answer is “YES!” In order for us to better connect and enfold families into the 1,900+ PCA churches, we would like to know which congregations are ready to step toward people with disabilities for discipleship, fellowship, and assimilation.
Registering your church is easy, and we will follow-up with you before using your information publicly.
Even if you are in the start-up stages of disability ministry and are not entirely confident in your ability to meet needs, we still want to know what you are doing. Once your church is registered, we will be much better able to send you training and equipping information and opportunities. We also want to continue to encourage you as your church’s ministry grows.