Maybe It’s All in the Attitude

Every Christian is on a Journey of Disability Attitudes Four years ago, I was at a restaurant with other members of our team from Elim Christian Services, an organization in the Chicago area that provides resources for hundreds of people . . .

Practical Thoughts on Faith & ADHD

The following is the final piece in a 3 part series on faith & ADHD by Oren Mason, M.D. Read part 1 and 2 at these links: “How Treating ADHD Helped Heal My Faith” and “How My Faith Brought Healing . . .

How My Faith Brought Healing to My ADHD

The following is part 2 in a 3 part series on faith & ADHD. To read part 1, “How Treating ADHD Helped Heal My Faith” click this link.  There are several themes in my Christian faith that have been especially . . .

How Treating ADHD Helped Heal My Faith

Earlier this month, we shared a piece of this post from Oren Mason’s book, “Reaching for a New Potential” on the church experience for a child or adult with ADHD. This week we will hear more of Oren’s story as . . .

Understanding the Human Mind

How many legs does this elephant have? 5, 6, maybe 7?  How developed are your visual-spatial skills?  What role does your experience with elephants have in your answer? I’m guessing you’ve seen other optical illusions as I have.  I personally . . .

Sharing Jesus with a Child with Down Syndrome, Part 2

Earlier this week, Barbara J. Newman introduced us to a few tips for sharing the love of Jesus with a person with Down syndrome (if you missed it, read it here). She will continue with some fun & helpful ideas . . .

Sharing Jesus with a Child with Down Syndrome, Part 1

Because October is both ADHD and Down Syndrome Awareness Month, Making Us Whole will focus on addressing concerns and raising awareness of both of these disabilities. Regardless of your connection with ADHD or Down syndrome, our hope is that these . . .

ADHD in the Church

Because October is both ADHD and Down Syndrome Awareness Month, Making Us Whole will focus on addressing concerns and raising awareness of both of these disabilities. Regardless of your connection with ADHD or Down Syndrome, our hope is that these . . .