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Millennials, Faith, and Technology

September 15, 2016

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Our Core Values For 2016

December 11, 2015

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Core values are important to us all… we are governed by them in our daily life, whether we recognize them or not, and they guide our decision making in everything that we do… should I change jobs? Is it the right time to look at starting a family? Should I tithe more next year? When […]

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March 2015 Character Trait: Self-Control

February 26, 2015

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Our Christ-like character-trait for this month is:  self-control. Self-control is: “Doing what God wants me to do, not what I want to do.” Our Scripture memory verse is:  “In your anger do not sin.”  Eph.4:26 Our bible story is:  Joseph (from the Old Testament). Joseph sold into slavery in case you needs a little refresher. […]

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Your Love For Your Child: The Gospel Displayed

January 21, 2015

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As parents of kids to special needs our lives are so busy and sometimes overwhelming that we have little time for anything else.  For that reason, it’s easy to get into a rut where you feel like God can’t use you for anything because of your unavailability.  Far from the truth.  Here’s how you bring […]

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All In With Karaoke

September 29, 2014

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“All people matter to God” is one of our core values at First Baptist Orlando. What this core value means to us is that a person’s worth and value isn’t based on what he can do…or can’t do.  Worth and value aren’t based on ability, skin color, socioeconomic status, or level of education.  Rather, a […]

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The Parent Rap

October 25, 2012

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A cheerful heart is good medicine.  I hope this one gets your day started with a laugh!

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Take The Next Step (Prayer for Self-Control)

October 17, 2012

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In order to partner with parents and support them in teaching their child to pray, we’re providing the exact prayer template that we’re using in our Special Friends classroom.  This will allow parents to use the exact same learning materials at home that we are using in the classroom to nurture a child’s prayer life.  […]

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Teaching Independence In The Classroom: Visual Labeling

July 5, 2012

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We all require visual aids.  There aren’t many of us that cannot survive without a calender, diary, address book or notebook. These are all visual aids that help us in our day-to-day lives.  Kids on the autism spectrum, however, are less able to function without visual aids and there are many reasons for this. Yesterday, I blogged about […]

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January 28, 2012

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“Disability is part of the human condition, almost every one of us will be permanently or temporarily disabled at some point in life.  We must do more to break the barriers which segregate people with disabilities, in many cases forcing them to the margins of society.” — Margaret Chan

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December 7, 2011

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“It’s not how much you do that matters, but how much LOVE you put into the doing.”  Dulcie May Booker

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