Autism and Faith

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Someone recently posted, in a blogging group I frequent, a phrase that was used to find their blog and we all had a giggle. It made me wonder how people find my blog. After about an hour of playing around in Google Analytics, I finally found those search words. There were a few that did not surprise me, kids nicknames and My Well Planned Day Mobile App Reviews, for instance.

And then, there was this search …

can someone with autism become a born-again christian

I was breathless when I read that keyword search and had no idea how to answer it, so I started to pray. I have decided to address this in a short series.

The first part will address how D’s autism has affected my faith. I will share with you how I have grown closer to God through the difficult times, as well as some of the darker moments when I felt as though God had forgotten about me.

The second part will address D’s autism and his faith. I will take you from the dark moments with him to some of the more beautiful and spiritual moments.

I pray that this will glorify God in a way that only He can orchestrate.

Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.
Hebrews 11:1 

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