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What do you need to lead a special needs ministry? If you're not asking this question as a church leader, you are already behind. Families in your community are asking this question in every area of life--not just church. We need to meet families, families of every kind, and love them right where they are.
Leading a Special Needs Ministry is a practical how-to guide for the family ministry team working to welcome one or 100 children with special needs. Author Amy Fenton Lee offers easily referenced guidance for:
Caring for parents beginning the diagnosis process
Vital stats/info regarding special needs
Developing programs, polices and procedures
Special needs ministry leadership
Providing education for volunteers
Example ministry documents
This comprehensive guidebook is long overdue. Special needs ministry is no longer a niche topic, but at the heart of serving communities well. Join a movement of churches who are seeking to more effectively serve the entire body of Christ.
Amy Fenton Lee has written extensively on the subject of special needs inclusion in children's ministry environments and has been published in dozens of in-print publications, journals, and on the web, including her own blog, TheInclusiveChurch.com. In a previous life, Amy was a certified public accountant for Ernst & Young. Amy lives north of Atlanta with her husband, Brian, and son, Watson.