Our adult son with autism, Collin, thrives on routines and avidly memorizes them and has them carefully tagged in his brain—a certain routine for a certain place. How would he react to the new church normal?
We can all use some encouragement from time to time, can’t we? Especially in times like these. Read this encouraging article by our own Derek Brown.
With all the uncertainty and confusion going on in the world today, specifically about the COVID-19 fears of what is to come, Derek Brown takes a minute to encourage everyone during this time of crisis.
March 18th is National Awkward Moments Day. It’s a day we can all observe and relate to! If I look back, I have trouble selecting my favorite(?) embarrassing moment. As a mom of two sons with autism, awkwardness can take on a whole new dimension.
Don’t compare yourself to what you see on social media. We all have stuff, no one is perfect. And LOVE yourself. The self you have now, not the self you want to be or think you should be.
I tell my girls all the time that there is nothing that they could ever do or say that would make me love them any less. How much more so does our Heavenly Father love us?