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Top 10 Posts for the Last Year

April 12, 2012

Two years ago today The Inclusive Church blog was launched.  It’s been a great ride so far!  Countless new friends and experiences have come into my life as a result of this blog.  I thought you all might enjoy seeing what the most popular content has been for the previous 12 months.  To see what the first year’s top 10 posts were, click here (there are some repeats from below).

Top 10 Posts of the Past 12 Months:

Just the Facts! Special Needs Statistics 1
Teaching Children with Autism – The Tangibles 2
Curriculum Ideas & Other SpNeeds Kidmin Resources 3
General Children’s Ministry Policies & Procedures 4
Starting a Special Needs Ministry 5
Developing a SpNeedsMin’s Goals & Mission 6
Special Needs Ministry Intake Forms 7
Special Buddies Curriculum by Lifeway 8
Special Needs Ministry Bathroom (and Toileting Policies) 9
Creating a Transitions Box for a Child with Special Needs 10

Most Popular Series of Posts:

5 Things to Know about the Mother of a Child Diagnosed with Autism
Pictures & Description of Stonebriar Community Church’s Special Needs Ministry Space

Popular Posts from the Last Quarter:

2012 Orange Conference Special Needs Track
When the Children’s Pastor is Impacted by Special Needs
Teen Helper Training
Creating a Cradle Care Ministry

Thanks to those of you who have been loyal friends and readers of this blog.  I would also like to thank the countless special needs ministry leaders who have provided content through guest posts, interviews, and new ideas.  Those contributions make this blog a valuable resource, helping churches successfully include children with special needs.

Share with us what posts have been most helpful to your ministry?  What topics would you like to see covered in this upcoming year?   Also, we’ve had some great dialogue the last couple of days over on The Inclusive Church’s Facebook page.  Be sure to check out the section of the timeline that says “Recent Posts by Others on The Inclusive Church.”  We are finding that ministry leaders are coming to the Facebook page to post their questions and read through what others have shared.   Join in!

~ Amy Fenton Lee

One Comment
  1. Happy Blog-o-versary! I so appreciate what you do…on your blog and elsewhere.

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