April is Autism Awareness Month

Kids in Ministry International Comments, News & Views April is Autism Awareness Month

Twenty years ago we had barely heard of this disease. Now it is a crises in our nation. The numbers of children handicapped by autism increased over 30% in just two years between 2012 and 2014 from 1 in 88 to 1 in 68.

What is also a crisis 90% of the families who have an autistic child do not attend church because it’s just too hard to take them and churches are not equipped to handle the issues. (pastors.com)

And yet, hidden deep inside vast numbers of autistic children are incredible prophetic experiences and voices. Throughout April I am going to be sharing true stories and experiences of autistic children to help bring awareness to just how spiritually sensitive many of these kids are to the supernatural.

In fact, I teach on the subject: THE SPIRITUAL WORLD OF AUTISTIC CHILDREN (http://buff.ly/2nRiUuw)  Heightened physical senses mean the possibility of equally heightened spiritual senses. And we have the stories to prove it.


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