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A story of healing hands
Today as we mark International Day of Disabled Persons, we hear about the life and ministry of Benjamin Taylor.
Benjamin lived with quadriplegic cerebral palsy as a result of brain injury at birth and although non-verbal, he communicated wonderfully with the world through other ways and today his father Dave Taylor, tells the story of how he touched someone's life very unexpectedly in a church service.
Dave now continues to honour Benjamin and everything he was, by working with The Christian Blind Mission, transforming the lives of people with disability, their families and communities in the poorest places of the world. https://www.cbmuk.org.uk/
If you would like to speak to anybody, after hearing this story you can call Premier Lifeline, which is staffed by Christian volunteers who are able to offer emotional and spiritual support.
Premier Lifeline is a National Christian Helpline open 9am to midnight every day on 0300 111 0101