How to Catch Up with Friends Without Sounding Like a Broken Record

We had friends to dinner last week who we haven’t seen in a few years. Caregiver shortages, then a pandemic, our caregiving lifestyle, and, most recently, Carly’s health and anxiety issues have generally made socializing difficult. Our friends had a lot of questions....
We Bolster Each Other’s Faith

We Bolster Each Other’s Faith

God delights in any faith we can offer Him with our aspiration to grow. But adversity can test our faith. Oh, how being a caregiver for a child with disabilities has tested my own faith! The testing of your faith produces perseverance. JAMES 1:3 Growing in faith is...
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WRIM Welcomes Deb Gustafson to the Ministry Team!

Walk Right In Ministries is thrilled to welcome Deb Gustafson to our ministry team! She will be serving the WRIM community through administrative support and special projects. Her passion is to ensure people have what they need to succeed. She understands that each of...
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Christmas Music to a Special Needs Parent’s Ears

Philippians 2:4Do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others. “How are you really doing?” Oh, how I love to be asked that question, in that way! On a regular basis, I hear words of longing expressed by parents caring for...

Tell Us Your Ideas!

We’re in the very early stages of planning a virtual event (probably a fundraiser with a concert) to happen during late January or February 2021. Our first meeting to begin dreaming and planning is scheduled for next Monday night on Zoom — Monday, August 17th at 7:30...
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My Childhood Memory of a Sunken Old Pier

When I was 9 years old, we rented a house on the southern shore of Lake Ontario for the summer while my dad was on a work assignment in Canada. Among my many treasured memories of that season, I often think about swimming with my sister and our friends off that rugged...