Caregivers, widows and widowers, orphans, the physically and mentally challenged, the blind and deaf. What do they all have in common? Possibility!
Saustin Sampson Mfune recalls a story that made him reconsider his definition of “disability”.
Sabbath, April 25, is a day to remember those in your church with special needs—mental or physical—and their families.
The money will help support Tomasz Grzesikowski—an Adventist man with cerebral palsy who is renowned for his charitability back in Poland.
A look at the general attitude of the Christian Church towards people with special needs.
Young and old, and you and I . . . all of us, need iodine.
Have you ever taken the time to “look at” or engage personally with a disabled person? When you do, you’ll soon realise that you begin to notice the person and forget the disability.
A quick look at the “quiet achiever” of Adventist Church ministries.
Borrowers kept a seven-time Paralympian and 13 other local living books busy at Avondale Libraries’ first Human Library (October 7).