Week of April 13


Get a glimpse into the life of two brothers, one with autism, and the struggles they face together in the award-winning short film "Guang."

Find a new understanding of autism and have the opportunity to connect with others who live with autism or who care for people who have autism at this Lifetree Cafe. 


Comments (2)

  • — I am a team member with LTC in Daytona Beach, Fl.. I have a grandson that has autism and he attends a school that teaches children with autism exclusivity (Monarch Academy in Daytona Beach, FL). I was wondering if you have any literature that we could handed out to parents regarding the upcoming session on Autism.

    Thanking you in advance for your cooperation.

    Ken Bryant
    1325 Sunningdale LN
    Ormond Beach, FlL 32174
    by Ken Bryant on March 15, 2014

  • — I am a retired teacher and taught Special Education which allowed me the privilege to work with many children and families dealing with Autism. I am glad that this topic has been chosen and will be shown to the community. Many people do not understand all of the special techniques and interventions that can be used to teach a child with Autism. They need special care, love and acceptance from family, friends, teachers, and the children in a special needs situation. I pray that this is done in such a way to affect and change the way that people look at children and adults with Autism.

    Thus far every subject that you have chosen to use has been dealt with honesty, love and understanding. These are necessary for many situations that we all come across in the world. I believe God allows these special needs for a purpose and hopefully through programs such as yours people will become more educated and then look at people who are different from a more loving and compassionate Christian perspective.

    Thanks for all you are doing. We are proud to be part of the Lifetree program and pray for the witness it can become to our community.

    God bless you all.

    Mary and Paul Kaiser by Mary Kaiser on April 11, 2014

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