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Faith Formation

Learning to live out our Christian faith

Children of Vacation Bible School program, North Goshen Mennonite Church

Celebrating Vacation Bible School at North Goshen Mennonite Church

Faith formation is the process by which we learn to live as a person of Christian faith and belief. 

ADN's faith formation resources

We offer faith formation resources focused in two directions:

  • Resources intended to support the faith formation of people with disabilities. These are particularly relevant for students with learning differences such as intellectual disability, learning disabilities, autism, etc.
  • Resources intended to support the faith formation of the whole congregation in learning to appreciate the gifts and needs that persons of all abilities bring to the Body of Christ.
    • Consider ADN's Speakers or Reviews of recommended books and videos (links in right column) as you plan to cultivate disability awareness in your congregation.
    • Look under Church Leaders for theological responses to disability and other resources for preaching and Bible study.

 Resources from others

"Baptism and the Severely Intellectually Disabled." By Janet Morel. Fuller Focus, 2011.

 

 Learn more

 
  • Christian education resources for children and adults with intellectual disabilities or learning disabilities.
  • Resources for teaching and preaching that support the full and intentional inclusion of people with disabilities.
  • Reviews of recommended books and videos for church groups and individual enjoyment
  • Request an ADN speaker for your congregation or group meeting.
  • Tips for effective inclusion of individuals with disabilities into church youth groups.
 

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