The Presence of God in Autism
Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability in the United States and around the world. Many people either personally know or know of an individual with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). These individuals and their families often face overwhelming daily challenges which can cause tremendously crippling emotional, financial, physical, and social burdens.
The Presence of God in Autism is a Bible study guide written by a mom of a child with autism as a resource for ASD families, particularly moms and those who wish to minister to them. Each chapter explores a verse or short passage of Scripture, offers personal applications related to the ASD journey, aims to help address some common feelings of isolation, and seeks to point to Jesus Christ and the assurance of His constant presence in this turbulent but beautiful life journey.
Author Krystyna Cawthorne was born and raised in the U.K. and transferred to the U.S. with her husband, Peter, in 1996. Married for 38 years, they have two grown children, Natalie and Marcus. She recently completed a Master of Arts in Theology and Church History at The Bible Seminary and leads a Bible study group for moms with special needs kids.
Managing Editor K. Lynn Lewis is a creative entrepreneur with a diverse professional background in business, education, and ministry. He is an author, producer, and publisher who serves as President of The Bible Seminary and is the Founder and President of InspireUSA: Celebrating the Best of America®.
The book incorporates an article about Krystyna written by Karen Coolidge, a women's ministry leader with a background in marketing who earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Texas A&M and a Master of Divinity from The Bible Seminary.