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My Name is Tait

My Name is Tait

In our ongoing series of posting a story the first week of each month about a person with a disability using their gifts and talents, we'd like you to meet our friend Tait Berge. Perhaps one of the best ways to introduce him is to share his press release for his newly published book, My Name is...

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Christina: Born to Worship

Christina: Born to Worship

Christina’s devotion to God started as a young child, even before she knew him personally as her Lord and Savior. Perhaps God planted the worship seed early in her life to sustain her as she walked a hard path to her current place of serving as a worship minister. In her early years, while...

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Dorsey Ross: Evangelist

Dorsey Ross: Evangelist

“God wanted me to do great things with my life.” Evangelist Dorsey Ross spoke that statement of faith. He was born with Apert Syndrome. Even putting the word Evangelist in front of his name is remarkable. It is his calling, passion, and what God created him for. But it was not easy. Like many kids...

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Matt Curcio: Roofbreaker

Matt Curcio: Roofbreaker

Beginning today, we'll are posting a story on the first Wednesday of each month. The stories will be about individuals who have discovered their passion, calling, gifts, and talents, even amidst the challenges of living with a disability. If you know of someone whose story we should spotlight,...

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You Know You’re a Caregiver When . . .

You Know You’re a Caregiver When . . .

Caregivers can spot one another across a parking lot. We recognize the look on their face, be it glazed, incredulous, or laser-focused. We identify because it’s our life too. It is good to remember we are not alone. A few years ago I asked many of my caregiving friends to complete the sentence,...

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Who Defines If You Are Successful?

Jerry Borton's latest post. Photo Credit: Photo by Gerd Altmann from Pexels Phil Hodges, a coauthor of Lead Like Jesus, says, “Satan’s definition of success is performance plus the opinions of others.” I am easily lulled into believing this lie. I like it when people pay me a compliment which...

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Why Do You Say People Affected by Disability?

Why Do You Say People Affected by Disability?

People affected by disability. Have you ever wondered why we at Luke 14 Exchange use that terminology? We understand that disability impacts more people than the person who has cerebral palsy, spina bifida, stroke, spinal cord injury, autism, down syndrome, or muscular dystrophy. Every parent,...

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Thanks Dad for Showing Me How to Live

Thanks Dad for Showing Me How to Live

In honor of Father’s Day,  Jerry and I spent some time reflecting on the impact of our dads. Today I (Joan’s) share about my Father. Jerry will post his on the Luke 14 Exchange Facebook page on Saturday. I am thankful for the forty-one years I had to spend with my Dad. My dad would have been...

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