Tio

Christianity on
Intellectual Disability

Honouring the indispensable (1Corinthians12)
Used within the biblical imagery of the Church as the body of Christ, ‘Tiō’ means to honour, respect and lift up. It describes how God asks us to treat people who are often perceived as weaker and of lesser value. Tiō works to see people with intellectual disabilities valued, honoured and supported in the Church and in society.

What does Tio do?

 

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