I’m pretty sure this little parable has something to say about mission and theology. What do YOU think?
A Marginal Mission Manifesto
We believe we must oppose marginalization by embracing marginality.
Ragged Children Bearing Treasure
The gifts of the father aren’t meant to be “cashed out” but treasured.
“Perceptible Information” and the Church- Universal Design and Christian ministry
When you’re at the point of “thinking about design” – in launching a new outreach or planting a church – think about what’s important to know and perceive, and about how that can be clear to EVERYONE.
“Simple and intuitive use” and the Church | Universal Design and Christian ministry
The gospel of Jesus is itself a message of universal access. The Great Commission is a call to make that gospel universally accessible. Whether consciously or not, we in gospel ministry “design” spaces, environments, interactions that proclaim and enact that gospel. The Principles of Universal Design have proven helpful in making buildings and environments more…
“Flexible Use” and the Church – Universal Design and Christian ministry
Universally accessible worship or bible study or outreach would not be thrown off-track when some people engage or respond in ways that “normal” folks might perceive as “unconventional or unanticipated”… because universal design takes that into account ahead of time.
The Puzzle Before Us: A Holiday Story
Long ago, in a faraway land not very far from here, a Wise Man once gave a puzzle to his kids. Not just any puzzle – when solved, it showed the most beautiful picture ever seen, a deep beauty that could scarcely be imagined…
“Equitable Use” of the Gospel | The Principles of Universal Design and the Church
There is no “handicapped access” to the Kingdom… People with disabilities “enter by the same door” as everyone else.