Say you have a church member with a teen child with severe physical and mental challenges. The parent never works Sunday School, Jr. Church, Awana, or nursery, or any other children's ministry in the church. When asked, the parent truthfully answers that she is caregiver for said child 24/7 and church is the only "break" she gets from the child. The child is on a toddler level and is very loud and disruptive no matter what age group he is with, and some of the other very young children are alarmed by his wheelchair and deformities, not to mention the loud, strange noises. None of the teachers can take care of his special needs and still manage a class of kids. They resent the mother for not "pulling her share" in the children's ministries. Would you make the mother serve in children's ministry as "payment" for using those ministries as a daycare for her child? Should the church require a worker to make a special needs class just for this kid, so the mother can be spiritually fed? What would your church do?