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Author: Dan Tyrell, Field Manager: Malawi
Aubrey is twelve years old and, like many participants of the Disability Ministry, has cerebral palsy. Until recently, he couldn't walk, talk, or eat by himself. His mom, Esther, did everything she could to take good care of her son, but was unable to work because of Aubrey's dependency. That, along with the stigma in Malawi against people with disabilities, made things extra difficult for her and her children.
When Disability Ministry volunteers arrived, Esther doubted that physical therapy could help Aubrey, but they convinced her to try. Between their weekly visits, Esther repeated the exercises with Aubrey. Slowly, he began to gain the use of his body. As therapy continued, Aubrey attended Worship at the Cross services, which provide modified worship opportunities for people with disabilities. It was there Esther learned Aubrey’s disability was not a sin. Through meeting other caretakers of people with disabilities, she began to feel less isolated.
Now, incredibly, Aubrey digs a vegetable garden for his family. He is talking and attending school, where his favorite subject is Math. Aubrey is part of the 80% of participants who now have a chance at a healthy, happy future.
Esther runs a small business selling bananas. She wants to speak out to other parents of disabled children and tell them not to isolate their children. She encourages them to attend Worship at the Cross, where over half of the people who attend feel more accepted by their community. She urges Kingdom Workers volunteers not to stop their important work among the disabled of Malawi. Aubrey gains more control of his body everyday, and the family continues to grow closer to Jesus.