Welcome to Grace Without Margins!  The purpose of our ministry is to support and serve the family affected by special needs and to inspire and encourage the local church to welcome, assimilate and nurture those affected by special needs into their church family.  Our hope is to offer training, support, and encouragement so a church no longer fears starting a new ministry but has a heart of compassion that simply wants to embrace people of all abilities.

In addition, we love to teach children about children.  You can read about our educational component on The Irresistible Church/Never Too Young or watch our story on keyetv.com and their “Cool At School” story.  Additional information is available under our education tab.  Take a moment to look through our website and read through our blog.  We would love to hear from you if you have any questions or comments.

Visit our blog at www.specialneeds-deana.blogspot.com and our “Grace Without Margins” Facebook page.

Watch for online training coming soon!

 


Recent Posts

  • Supporting Young Artists

    I love to support the arts and I especially like to support talented young artists!  One of my favorite artists is Kimberly Dixon.  I have known her for 15+ years and I am so excited to see her incredible talent become available for all to see. At  www.kimsgifts.etsy.com. you can pick up her book, Under the […]

    By dboggess | June 29, 2015

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  • A Super Hero Day!

    Joni Eareckson Tada is one of my heroes.  I first became familiar with her when I was a teenager and God has blessed me with the opportunity to be in her presence every ten years since then.  I have been blessed to see her graciousness firsthand, to marvel over her giftedness, and listen to her […]

    By dboggess | June 28, 2015

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  • Adjusting To A Disability

    It has been almost a year since Bill’s table saw accident.  I will never forget his phone call from the ambulance, “Deana, can you bring me some clothes?  I seem to have cut my pinky off.”  I had no idea how much damage was done until I got to the hospital. Bill had cut off […]

    By dboggess | June 21, 2015

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