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:

Connected Families
Emily Colson
Joni & Friends
Key Ministry
Alex Jamieson
Lisa Jamieson
Reframing Ministries


Catch up on the WRIM blog here!

Are We Living the “Good” Life?

ROMANS 8:28 "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him,...
Read More

Are We Living the “Good” Life?

ROMANS 8:28 "And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him,...
Read More

DISCUSSION GUIDE Released!

It's a crazy busy week here getting ready for the launch of the "Finding Glory in the Thorns: GROUP...
Read More

DISCUSSION GUIDE Released!

It's a crazy busy week here getting ready for the launch of the "Finding Glory in the Thorns: GROUP...
Read More

Somebody Hit “RESET!”

Today has been “one of those days” for me. I’m sure you know what I mean: got a bit...
Read More

Somebody Hit “RESET!”

Today has been “one of those days” for me. I’m sure you know what I mean: got a bit...
Read More
1 50 51 52 53 54

addiction aging Angelman Syndrome autism Bible study caregiving Carly cerebral palsy challenge chronic illness church community connection depression Disability disability ministry Discipleship Encouragement faith family FAST Finding Glory foundation friends Hope leadership loneliness loss MDMC mental health pain parents partners prayer siblings special needs struggle suffering support support group sweet spot Thanksgiving values volunteer Walking Partner


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.