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:
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Just like immune systems need a boost of vitamin C when illness threatens, special needs families need a speedy delivery of fun, energy and hope at their doorstep!
How bad is the morale at your house these days? If people are going a little nutty behind your front...
As we celebrate Carly's birthday, the last 22 years are a trail mix of emotions and memories.
The siblings of someone with disabilities need safe places to ask questions, express frustrations and disappointments, share ideas and have their perspectives valued.
Reflecting on life’s lessons helps us to see God’s faithful hand in our circumstances and empowers us with the freedom to fully live!
Lots of us are breathing fast these days. Easter is about leaning in.
There are three things I hope to remember most about the pandemic of 2020.
The Jamiesons are trying to make the most of this unprecedented time and one priority is learning how to live better together.
During this season of social distancing, we are learning to rest in Jesus most of all but also live in cooperative and complementary ways with each other.
Our comfort zones are being stretched and moved. Our routines are changing and connections being thinned. Amidst all of the shifting of calendars and lifestyles, You are our anchor.
Merry Christmas from Walk Right In Ministries!
The way I feel connected to my fellow bakers during cookie baking is much like the connection I feel to other special needs moms at holiday time.
"When I observe special needs moms who make self-care a priority, I’m always empowered with ideas and renewed commitment. Perhaps this list might confirm your own approaches or inspire some new ways for you to stay equipped for the trail ahead." Lisa Jamieson
Circumstances involving disability, mental health, aging and caregiving are complicated. Individuals and special needs families face dilemmas with ethical...
Walk Right In Ministries considers it one of life’s blessed privileges to come alongside struggling people who are wanting to grow and thrive on their journeys toward solutions, strength, contentment and joy. We want to help you identify resources and build connection strategies that fit your personal circumstances and unique temperament needs.
When a personal relationship with Jesus Christ is the central focus of your journey, you are freed from the grip of circumstances and empowered to see God’s purposes at work.
The Jamiesons are frequently heard saying, “the communities we’ve been part of have been remarkable but Jesus would NOT want our experience to be remarkable — He would want this to be common-place!”
Friendship is one of life’s greatest gifts. Having a trusted and encouraging friend to confide in during a time of...
Carly loves music, dance parties, sitting beside her sisters at the piano, jumping, swimming, and helper her caregivers make pumpkin waffles. But that came after years of stress and tears because her sensory issues were so severe that she couldn't even tolerate being held in her parent's arms for feedings until she was 9 months old.
We walk through this winding, bumpy life, one step at a time. And sometimes those faith-steps require walking right into a raging river of circumstances.
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.