Jan 052018
 

Jack and Peanut

I keep meeting people who are struggling to meet the needs of their special children. Very few of them have a sufficient support system, let alone a place of worship that takes care of their child while they are there.

I recently found out about CHAMPION’S CLUBS, and have a link for you to check it out. Right now there are 41 churches in the US alone that have a Champion’s Club. My church just started one, so that’s how I learned about them. The way they work is for a parent to first fill out a form entailing the special needs of their child, to enroll them in this FREE service. The parent is able to attend worship service, knowing that specially trained individuals are caring for their child. There are sensory areas, and an actual curriculum teaching the child at his or her level, while the parent is in service.

Champion’s Clubs care for tiny children on up to junior high or beyond, depending on the churches’ plan and ability.

If you don’t have a club near you, talk to your church leaders.

The photo is of Jack, my grandson, and Peanut. Love my readers! -Nealie

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