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Episode 12

Meant for Community: An Interview with Lorna Bradley

by | Jul 15, 2019

Lorna Bradley’s research focuses on how churches can provide a holistic welcome to families raising children with special needs by meeting the emotional and spiritual needs within the entire family. She is the author of Special Needs Parenting: From Coping to Thriving, has led parent support groups for seven years and worked in welcoming ministries for ten years. Sarah and Lorna discuss specific ways churches can minister to *and with* special needs families and share stories of hope as families are welcomed into true community within the church.

 

Hosts & Guests

Sarah Broady

Lorna Bradley

Credits

Producer & Editor: Sarah Broady

Music: Benjamin Broady

Logo Design: Tammy Lanham

About Lorna Bradley

Rev. Dr. Lorna Bradley, an ordained deacon in the United Methodist Church, received Master Theological Studies and Doctorate of Ministry degrees from Perkins School of Theology. Her research focuses on how churches can provide a holistic welcome to families raising children with special needs by meeting the emotional and spiritual needs within the entire family. She is the author of Special Needs Parenting: From Coping to Thriving, has led parent support groups for seven years and worked in welcoming ministries for ten years. She and her husband of 30+ years have an adult son on the autism spectrum.

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