Book Review: (dis)Abilities and the Gospel by Danyelle Ferguson & Lynn Parsons

Each day, parents and Church leaders struggle to teach individuals with special needs. Using real-life stories and a touch of humor, this inspiring book guides you to teach effectively, overcome communication barriers, and build strong relationships with people of all ages with disabilities. Discover each person’s ability to learn and grow as you help them feel like a valuable part of your life.

(dis)Abilities and the Gospel is a great book. I highly recommend it to anyone who has or works with a specials needs child or adult. This book is full of ideas for both parents and teachers.

There is a wide range of information included in this book. With everything from teaching strategies to surviving church meetings to surviving holidays and family get togethers this is a valuable resource for all. The advice is practical and I found myself thinking what a great idea more than once.

The number of children with autism, ADD, learning disorders and mental health issue is on the rise making this a book that will be helpful for meeting the challenges that come with teaching and raising these special spirits.

Rating: 5 Star

Source: From Author as part of a blog tour

Content: Clean & Uplifting