Tait is a ministry advocate representing Mephibosheth Ministry, a ministry that encourages the church to fully include people who have disabilities participate in the faith community. He holds an Associate of Arts degree in journalism (1998), a Bachelor in Leadership and Ethics (2009), and is starting a master’s in theology at Asbury Seminary in the fall, 2021. He has written four books and his articles has appeared in publications worldwide.
My Name is Tait is an honest look at the issues people with disabilities face as they enter adulthood and navigate the world that wasn’t designed for disability. You’ll have a front row seat as Tait shares his thoughts on disability, family, education, work experience and much more. Even though it is written to young adults who are dealing with a disability, doctors, social workers and even government officials could benefit from this book as they discover more about disability and the daily struggles it brings. You will laugh a lot, cry a little and learn some lessons about how to live with a disability!
Centennial, Colorado — Sometimes you just have to dressed up and go to a prom. That’s what my wife and I did recently when we volunteered to help with Night to Shine sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundat
Disability is not a brave struggle or ‘courage in the face of adversity.’ Disability is an art. It’s an ingenious way to live.” – Neil Marcus I was surprised at how nice it was at the swim
Kevin Beausoleil and I weren’t close in school. He lived up the street from me, but we hardly ever talked. I recognize his name but I couldn’t tell you if we had any classes together. We lost touch