There is no “handicapped access” to the Kingdom… People with disabilities “enter by the same door” as everyone else.
A Prayer for Today, after Yesterday in #Charlottesville
Eternal God, As we lift our hearts to you on behalf of those who have suffered at the hands of the demonic distortion of white supremacy, either at the hands or by words of others, or by their own degradation by this sin which so easily entangles, we acknowledge our own need for your forgiveness….
Figs, thistles and discerning direction | Questions Jesus Asked #18
How can asking about plants lead to clarity in spiritual direction?
Leaders with disabilities? Removing obstacles, opening doors
The dissonance raised by the nonacceptance of persons with disabilities and the acceptance of grace through Christ’s broken body necessitates that the church find new ways of interpreting disability. – Nancy Eiesland
Disability and the Church – Time to get serious
If we’re not fostering the spiritual growth and ministry effectiveness of people with disabilities, we are actually disabling the body of Christ.
Disability Culture and Gospel Initiatives – An Interview with Carole, part 1
“That is how we will change the world. But the first step must be to love and foster a genuine relationship.”
“Not my will, but Yours…”
A month has gone by since I was on Maidan (and what a month!). However, I still am sorting through my impressions from that time – which are not built upon a single visit, but informed by a good dozen years of living “embedded” in the culture, sharing the heart of the marvelous people of…
Leadership failure on Maidan
In the last 10 days of January, things in Ukraine changed, and people around the world began to take notice. Sad to say, but, given the “Hollywood mentality” of many in the “developed” world, nothing really important happens anywhere until a) it gets covered by our media of choice and b) there are pictures and…