Children’s ministry resources are worth their weight in gold, and outstanding special needs children’s ministry resources are worth their weight in platinum. Today, I’m pleased to pass three outstanding resources on to you to share with your children’s ministry staff and volunteers.
Ministry Resource #1: Key Ministry’s Redesigned Website
The first resource is Key Ministry’s redesigned website. It is packed with practical blog posts, tools, and downloadable resources to make your special needs ministry a reality. Dr. Steve Grcevich, the president of Key Ministry, is offering a guided tour of the organization’s free resources at his blog. Did you catch the operative word there? FREE? Yup, it’s true. All the resources offered at the Key Ministry website are free.
Ministry Resource #2: Special Needs Ministry App for Parents
Ministry resource number two comes from Michael Woods’ website, www.specialneedsministry.org. He also heads the Special Friends Ministry at Orlando First Baptist Church. Mike say the “app offers a variety of podcasts/videos for support, encouragement and weekly ideas to nurture their child’s faith.” Sounds cool, doesn’t it?
Ministry Resource #3: Special Needs Ministry Quick Reference Guide
The final resource comes from Shannon Dingle at www.theworksofgoddisplayed.com. She’s the coordinator of Access Ministries at Providence Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. She created a handy dandy quick reference guide for her church’s ministry. But, she wants the guide to be available to churches everywhere, so she’s includes the special needs ministry quick reference guide as a download in this post. She also explains the guide thoroughly and invites you to pass it on, just like I’m doing here.
What Children’s Ministry Resources Do You Recommend?
Well, there you have them. Three new special needs ministry resources that are worth their weight in platinum. Maybe you know of valuable resources, too. If so, give them a shout out in the comment box below.