I don't always know how I feel about my son's autism. But I DO always know exactly how I feel about him.
The future… How can two ambiguous words be so scary? These two words will strike fear in the heart of the most stout parent of a child with additional needs.
Living in a home where one person requires so much more time and attention than the others, it’s easy to neglect by default the very relationships you want to nourish! So, we found it wise to check up on those relationships to be sure they were thriving.
The word useful is not even acceptable in describing another image bearer of God. Instead we must look at each person as created in the image of the life-giving, restoration-bringing, peace-restoring Savior and give thanks for their diversity whether sex, disability, or race.
There may be no medical cure to my son's diagnosis but I hold the key to hope.