My plea is that congregations will continue to have online worship services long after the pandemic is over. … Read More →
It has been my responsibility and privilege to hold out hope with people who have struggled to hold it on their own. Offering light to one another must not overshadow the real pain that people experience, but small gestures and words of encouragement remind us that grief will not have the last word. … Read More →
Including people with disabilities can be an opportunity for creative disruption in the church and other places in society. … Read More →
Well I finally did it. After three years of using this thing, I capsized my wheelchair; with me in it. … Read More →
“I was born with cerebral palsy which makes it challenging for me to speak or use my arms and legs. … It is difficult for me to express my thoughts and ideas to people who do not know me very well because many do not understand the way I talk or type. This takes patience and practice.” … Read More →
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 →