What We Do and Why
The GIFT Ministry strives to meet the spiritual, physical, and social needs of children, teens, and adults with disabilities. We believe everyone deserves an equal opportunity to worship, learn, and serve in our church, regardless of his or her abilities.
Our programs, classrooms, and curriculum are all carefully planned to meet the following objectives:
- Nurture students desire for a Savior and develop their faith.
- Teach students that they are created in the image of God.
- Help students recognized that they were designed with a purpose.
- Guide students along the winding road to independence.
- Prepare students for a fulfilling future.
A few thoughts from our families with special needs children . . .
“Life is not defined by what my child cannot do but rather by the amazing things he is doing.” -Alica
“We are all born the same to God on the inside.” –Dylan
“There are several things our daughter will never do- we’re thankful that one of those is hate.” -Angela
“My brother is the most amazing artist.” -Jillian
“The Lord has honored us by entrusting these precious children to us.” - Althea
“When you go through difficult times, God doesn’t leave you; He just gets a whole lot bigger.” -Kara
“Instead of pitying our children, look to them as teachers.” -Julie
“God uses our children to show the world the true meaning of love, compassion, patience, gratitude, innocence, and faithfulness.” -Susan
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Serve with Summer Lunches
Help prepare, pack, deliver, and serve these lunches to children this summer in Little Elm and Frisco. This is a great opportunity for families and groups to serve together. Learn more and sign up online.
Summer of Service
Men, this summer we will offer a different experience. Rather than a summer Bible study, we have arranged several service projects in partnership with our Missional Living ministry June 17, July 15 and August 19. Visit the...