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Raising Three Sons with Autism

During this time of “safer at home,” many people are experiencing the loneliness of isolation for the first time. But for special needs families, isolation is not just a seasonal challenge, it is often a daily reality. In this video, Greg and Gina Hubert, a couple who personally understands the impact of autism on a family, share candidly about family life and embracing their role as parents to Zach, Tyler, and Tate. Hear how parenting their three sons with autism has deepened Greg and Gina’s faith in Christ and introduced opportunities to encourage other families out of isolation by helping churches recognize that all members of the body of Christ are indispensable.

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*This video was produced and published by Joni & Friends.

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