Fully Human: Toward Full Participation of People with Disabilities

The Mission of Fully Human is to: 
~ Provide support, resources and replicable ministry models
~ Remove misunderstandings about disabilities 
~ Affect change toward full participation of people with disabilities and their families in the life of Orthodox Christian parishes.

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Social Media Graphics and Inspirational Quotes

By lifting up the various sayings and life examples of Saints who faced physical and intellectual challenges in their lives, we aim to edify, encourage, and equip persons with special needs and their caregivers to realize and energize their special calling in the Lord. Jesus Christ’s “power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore, when faced with physiological challenges persons can take heart that the Lord seeks to work His special power through the very things the world misunderstands as weaknesses.

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Empowering Marriages and Families in the Faith - A podcast from The Center for Family Care, a Ministry of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, focusing on equipping families to apply the teachings and practices of the Orthodox faith to every dimension of their lives.

 
 

Webinars Archive

Webinar: Fostering Independence in Families with Disabilities

Webinar: Fostering Independence in Families with Disabilities

Panelists offer their personal and professional lessons learned in a discussion of what healthy independence looks like in families with disabilities. View

Light in Times of Darkness Webinar

How can we find light in times of darkness? How can we be a light? How can we help our families become lights in darkness? Join us as we discuss these questions and more in this GOA Center for Family Care webinar. View

The Church and Families of Children with Special Needs

This webinar discusses the role of the church in meeting the needs of parents and caregivers with children that have special needs. This was the first of hopefully many conversations addressing the many issues families/caregivers of children with special needs face as they seek to engage in their Orthodox Christian Community. View