One of my dearest friends' sons interviewed his pastor (Pastor Tom Trouwborst of Calvary Orthodox Church in Shcenectady, NY) for his video blog, here. Kevin is autistic and asks Rev. Trouwborst some pastoral questions relating to his autism (very thoughtful questions he wrote himself for this interview) in the video. I thought it a wonderful instance of the way a good undershepherd can help to care for those in his charge who are struggling with the limitations of difficult providences, like autism. (Indeed this minister and church have been absolutely wonderful for my friend and her family, who -- out of a very traumatic cultic background -- have been taught here about the freeness and simplicity and sufficiency of the grace of God in Christ, in a way that has transformed their lives.) I thought Kevin did a great job as an interviewer, as well! Caroline says he has remembered and spoken about his pastor's answers since. I did get special permission to post this here. I thought it might be encouraging to other ministers in relating to those in their congregations with autism.