A global community of belonging,

Offering connection and encouragement to those impacted by disability

Welcome to Shine On, a ministry of the Tim Tebow Foundation. By providing connectivity to valuable church and family resources, we support and encourage people and families living with disabilities. We strive to eliminate barriers to facilitate meaningful belonging for all.

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Shine On, a ministry of the Tim Tebow Foundation, is a faith-based community – a source of inspiration, belonging, and education for everyone impacted by disability. Shine On envisions a global community of churches and families that foster belonging and purpose for all.

Faith, Hope and Love are at the heart of everything we do through Shine On. Each highlighted resource provides an opportunity to deepen connection between those impacted by disability and their faith community. To accomplish this, whether virtually or in-person, we bring people together – ensuring everyone has access to a community that understands their needs. Shine On actively links individuals, families, and churches to an assortment of resources and organizations dedicated to making a difference. We are not just a support network; we are a bridge, connecting you to a world of possibilities. From events, like Night to Shine, to resources that equip and inspire, Shine On is your catalyst for creating meaningful relationships.

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Family Resources

From respite and inspiration, to connecting to a broader community, to accessing the latest research, these resources will encourage and equip you with strength to care for your whole family.

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Church Resources

Our resources offer more than education; equip your church family with the confidence to create lasting connections and provide a welcoming environment for all. 

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Featured Videos

5 Steps to Starting a Special Needs Ministry & Disability Ministry Models

This video provides five tangible steps any church can take towards providing meaningful support to people of all abilities. Also included is a document describing disability ministry models. What is a “ministry model?” A good ministry model enables people to encounter Christ. These suggested ministry models for disability ministry are built under the assumption that a unified church (disabled....

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Teaching Kids about Disability: It's Okay to Ask Questions!

See someone with a disability? It's okay to ask questions! People with disabilities are usually happy to answer your questions. Learn some great tips when asking someone about their disability and learn a wonderful verse to go along with it, Matthew 7:12....


Disability and the Gospel

All of humanity is beautiful and broken, in need of the good news of God’s saving grace.....

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Look Back, Look Up, and Look Forward

Deaf Millennial Project shares one best approach in starting a Deaf discipleship group. A simple tool that will engage and disciple Deaf people for Christ. ....


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