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Michael Beates's concern with disability issues began nearly 30 years ago when his eldest child was born with multiple profound disabilities.

Now, as more families like Michael's are affected by a growing number of disorders and difficulties ranging from autism to food allergies, the need for programs and paradigm shifts is greater than ever. Beates thus seeks to motivate churches to pursue ministry to children and adults with developmental disabilities. He works through key Bible passages on brokenness and disability to develop helpful principles for believers and churches, teaching them first to embrace their own brokenness and then to embrace those who are more physically and visibly broken.

©2013 eChristian (P)2013 eChristian

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Great research! I recommend this work to my clients/students of Christian faith. I anticipate your participation on our radio show. Thank you and God bless.

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Calling the Church

This is a must read for the church. An important call to find, know and own our brokenness. An important call to embrace the broken, the lame, the marginal for Christ and in Christ's name.

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