The idea here is simple: To make space for anyone interested in exploring resources, authors, theologians and practical tips for increasingly accessible faith communities.
In today’s world, people with disabilities are largely ‘othered’, and there’s movement of self-advocacy afoot among them. There’s no telling what can happen when people unite across differences. … Read More →
Whom have we ever had but you?
Who came to be alone with us
Who came to sit and weep with us
In the winter after Christmas. … Read More →
Everyone tells me to be glad
Everyone tells me I should sing,
Says ‘Peace, peace,’ But there is no peace.
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I don’t want to wear a mask
But I’ll wear one for my friend
His lungs are bad, and if he
Gets the virus he will die. … Read More →
We have hope! Even though
This year has been hard.
For good things can come
When we least expect them. … Read More →
We have faith that this won’t last
That this sickness will end
In glory, not in death, but
We know sometimes they’re the same. … Read More →
In the group home they are waiting… … Read More →
What if I told you that the Christian church has been silencing a prophetic presence in our midst? … Read More →
Having journaled for years, recently I went to a digital platform for my journal, so I’ve begun to transcribe my old, hand-written journals into the new platform. It’s a painstakingly slow project, and the strange world of COVID-19 has prompted its resumption. … Read More →
Then it finally dawned on me. The tree is a metaphor for life. It is weighed down by its branches but yet keeps growing taller and taller towards the sky. … Read More →