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Of the many parents whom I know with neurologically or physically atypical children, I can’t think of one who has not come to understand her child as a gift and as a blessing, just the way that she is.

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Martin Elfert

Martin Elfert

The Rev. Martin Elfert is an immigrant to the Christian faith. After the birth of his first child, he began to wonder about the ways in which the Divine was at work in the world. Shortly thereafter, he joined Christ Church Cathedral in Vancouver, BC, where he and his new son were baptized at the Easter Vigil in 2005 and where the community encouraged him to seek ordination.

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  1. […] Father Knows Best: I love, accept my special needs child. Why do I still feel …Religion News Service, on Wed, 26 Jun 2013 09:00:23 -0700She is also the mother of Fiona, a genetically atypical child, about whom she blogs at starinhereye.wordpress.com. This is what Heather has to say: *. Here's my utopian special-needs parenting …. For instance, before learning of her diagnosis, I … […]

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