Welcome to the Walk Right In Ministries blog!
Walk Right In Ministries’ co-founder Lisa Jamieson is the primary contributor to the WRIM blog. She also serves on the writing team for Key Ministry and regularly contributes articles to their popular special needs parenting blog and the Church4EveryChild blog. You can also visit Lisa’s personal blog at lisamjamieson.org. We trust you will find encouragement, insight, hope, and many useful articles with the following like-minded organizations as well:
Joni & Friends
Catch up on our latest…
I start each day like every other parent caring for a loved one who has disabilities or mental health concerns ...
In the late spring of 2020 when it started becoming clear that Covid quarantining wasn’t going to end soon, I ...
Every parent caring for a child with disabilities knows what it feels like to have complicated and insurmountable demands on ...
Claire Krantz is back this month to share a new Resource Corner. She\'s offering reviews, ideas and recommendations about books, ...
\"I like to pray when I\'m in bed at bedtime. I pray for my friends\" shared Peyton Libby, one of ...
Tell us about a place you like to pray or a person you like to be with when you talk ...
We\'re throwing a virtual party and your ideas will help make it great! ...
Walk Right In Ministries\' Resource Corner features reviews, ideas and recommendations about books, music and movies of interest to special ...
If the church is to be Christ-like and world-shaping, we need to be leaders and pioneers in loving all of ...
This is the essence of self-care that simultaneously complements how we care for others. ...
We\'re exploring ways to cooperate with each other to meet mutual needs in a balanced and complementary way. ...
Just like immune systems need a boost of vitamin C when illness threatens, special needs families need a speedy delivery ...
We welcome guest writers too! It is our joy to help share your stories and resources. Whether you are a published author, a writer looking for a platform in the disability movement or the family member of someone with extra needs, please don’t hesitate to contact us for Submission Guidelines.