Disabilities and Healing

Disability and Faith

One of my favourite podcasts is Unbelievable? hosted by Justin Brierley. Usually they scratch my apologetics itch, but recently they touched on another special interest of mine: Disabilities. One of the questions dealt with was […]

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What Churches Need to Know About People With Disabilities

Disability and Faith

Yesterday, we had a town hall meeting at our church. This was to look at, among other things, ways we do outreach and ways we welcome. Numerous topics came up and one of them was […]

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Disabilities and Disabilities

Disability and Faith

I’m thankful that more people are talking about disabilities these days. But what do we mean by disabilities? Some may refer to “people with disabilities” as if they are one monolithic group but that is […]

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At the Intersection of Theology and Disability

Hope's Reason

Two of biggest interests that I have are theology and disability. Thankfully these two topics do intersect. When I wanted to talk about this, I knew exactly who I wanted to chat with. Keith Dow […]

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What is a Disability?

Disability

I recently asked a question on a couple of Facebook groups that I belonged to. One group was about autism and the other about sarcoidosis. I asked members whether they identified as disabled. Interestingly, many […]

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How to Become a Disability-Friendly Church

Disability

You may or may not know that I used to be the associate editor for Faith Today magazine. Although I have moved on to other endeavours, I’m still very excited about the magazine. I sometimes […]

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The Moment That Haunts Me

Healing

They say you should never live with regrets. That may be so, but there are certain events that I do regret that I didn’t act differently. I will share one moment that still haunts me. […]

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A Place of Healing – Review

Autism Blog

Perhaps one of the first Christian “celebrities” that I ever heard of was Joni Eareckson Tada. She has an amazing story and has accomplished much more than many people without a disability. However, early in […]

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Tips to Becoming an Autism-Friendly Church

Autism

The CDC has reported that 1 in 68 children are born with autism. Your church needs decide if you want to include or exclude people with autism. Most churches take the steps to be accessible […]

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How to Make Your Church Autism Friendly – Print Edition

Disability and Faith

One of my most personal projects has been How to Make Your Church Autism-Friendly. It has been available in Kindle for some time. However, I understand that it would be more helpful for the people […]

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Is Autism a Disability?

Disability and Faith

I came across this post on whether or not autism is a disability. It is worth reading and it got me thinking. Is autism a disability? I can see how this would be difficult for […]

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