Welcome back! I’m taking a short reprieve from our neurodivergent series. I met Pastor Jessica Broich at the WHWC conference in March. We have a fun and inspiring conversation about discernment and using our imaginations to engage God. Jessica has several ways that you can connect with her ministry. You can check out her websites below.
Meet Pastor Jessica Broich here
Class on encountering God through our imaginations
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Please welcome my friend, Pastor Kelli Fulks! She is a Children’s Pastor in Flushing, MI. Kelli is also a licensed counselor. We talk about recognizing the signs of neurodivergence and how to enlist others to help us along the way.
I’m including a few resources from episode one below:
Divergent Mind: Thriving in a World that wasn’t Designed for You – Nerenberg
Embrace Autism (test)
Welcome back! Please welcome Pastor Tammy Herbert from Alberta, Canada. In this episode, we talk about learning creative ways to shepherd those who are neurodivergent. Even as we move into this post-pandemic world, we may see the culture shift in such a way that even neurotypical persons would benefit from innovative approaches in ministry.
Here are some resources mentioned in the episode:
True Gifts of a Dyslexic Mind (Ted Talk)
Mindsight (Dan Siegel)
Brain-Body Parenting (Mona Delahooke)