Apr 23, 2013
My head’s still spinning and my feet are still hurting from standing a lot during the whirlwind weekend at the 2013 Accessibility Summit at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia.
The Best Thing About the Accessibility Summit
The absolutely best part of the Summit is meeting online friends like Laurie Hetherington in person. Connecting...
Sep 10, 2012
Mentors make a difference in the lives of others by leading them, one person at a time, down the path they’ve already tread. Parents of kids with special needs often walk a lonely and difficult path. They need mentors. And Barb Dittrich, founder of Snappin’ Ministries, came up with a way to bring these parents together.
When Did th...
Apr 26, 2012
Last weekend, McClean Bible Church in the Washington, DC area held its annual Accessibility Summit. The conference reaches out to the special needs community – families, professionals, and ministries. Last December my proposed topic, Managing Your Time Without Losing Your Mind, was accepted as one of the Family Track workshops. Ever since then,...
Jul 26, 2011
The phrase “virtual church” came up in a recent Tweet Chat. A mom mentioned how hard it was to find a church that accepted her kids, even though they have behavior issues. Someone asked if she’d tried a virtual church.
What’s Virtual Church?
“What’s virtual church?” I tweeted, and someone sent a link to...
Dec 23, 2010
Barb Dittrich’s Advent devotionals have been a blessing for so many families this December. Her offering for the fourth week of Advent, a meditation on love. I hope you can find time during these busy days before Christmas to read it at her blog, www.comfortinthemidstofchaos.com. If you missed any of her previous Advent devotions, click...