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Families with special needs often share that they desire two things in their church: accessibility and acceptance. Special needs ministry is important because it provides spiritual and physical help to people with disabilities and their families. It also helps to remove barriers to the accessibility of the gospel, which can exist in a congregation. This ministry can also provide connections to hope, purpose, and belonging for all families. In a culture that is more digitally connected than ever before, it can serve a population that feels increasingly more disconnected and alone. Let’s learn together from Sara Pickrell, a mom to a special needs son and the special needs ministry program director at Prestonwood Baptist Church. Her wealth of knowledge will help you understand how to minister to and launch a successful special needs ministry in your church.

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