Jesus Club Ministries in Australia and Singapore are helping churches connect with people with intellectual disabilities with accessible Biblical teaching and an inclusive community.
This Jesus Club in Sydney's Inner West is leading the way in equipping the next generation of church leaders with disability experience.
Issy shares with us what she learnt about herself, God and members through her experience of putting together our Art Show.
Jesus Club Ministries helping adult children of Christian families with intellectual disabilities to stay at church.
Ever wondered what volunteering at Jesus Club is like? Louise Gosbell shares with us a typical night from Jesus Club Rooty Hill.
At Jesus Club, Kate has realised her dream for his son to grow in his knowledge of God and have his faith nurtured in a meaningful way.
Julie from Castle Hill Jesus Club, shares why the role she initially accepted with apprehension became the one she now finds most rewarding.
Michael Leader from Beverly Hills talk plans and hopes for our newest Jesus Club.
At Jesus Club Castle Hill, Susan, a person with Down Syndrome, has found a church community just for her.
Growing up alongside people with disabilities has led Rhyannah, to her lifelong service, caring for those with special needs.
Even as the world looks bleak, this Jesus Club shows how our faithful God is still in control and is using His people to care and minister to those He loves.
When things took a dramatic turn at home, Jesus club was the one constant our member, Jill, could rely on.
Taylor from Castle Hill Jesus Club on his artwork for the New Life Art Show and thoughts on witnessing for God.
Parents and carers are seeing the gospel demonstrated in the love and care shown to their loved ones with disabilities.
Phoebe always felt the help she gave to her clients with disabilities was a band-aid solution to a much bigger problem - not knowing God.