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Power in Policies Rather Than People (Part 1)

Often, somebody that holds a lot of power or privilege of one type has an easier on-ramp to additional forms of privilege and power than somebody who does not. Thus, rather than being evenly distributed, power tends to accumulate. This is a symptom of our broken humanity rather than the values of the kingdom of God in action.

By |2023-09-18T10:45:41-04:00September 11th, 2023|Accessibility, Reflections, Theology, Uncategorized|

A Just Appeal: The mother who confronts Jesus

…we meet countless parents and family members who are battle-worn from advocating for equality and support for their children with disabilities. These parents can be fierce, because they need to be! They are forced to advocate/argue/fight against systems and societal forces that actively discriminate against their children. Too often, they face these same barriers and oppressive attitudes in churches, synagogues, and faith communities that claim to care for all God's children.

By |2022-07-08T12:15:42-04:00July 8th, 2022|Parenting, Personhood, Theology, Uncategorized|
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