During a [this step] we may inquire of God and others we trust, too, but we have to do our hard work ourselves, and not cop out.
Myths: 1. Non believers aren’t spiritual, or at best they are pseudo spiritual.
And with new lens our perspective changes.
“The stories parents tell their children about them are stories that shape their identity and purpose.” -Ross Gale
Cool cats used to say, “See you on the flipside.”
“Disability is a social issue.” -Amos Yong
Tweet this story, link to it, do something to help about this sweet kid!
Use this Visual Guide to Ministry with the Disabled
moody and black-and-white thinking?…We have a winner! BPD.
8 Tips for play dates/interaction. What Parents of Disabled Children Wish You Knew (Part II)
Disabled children (and adults) wants friendships, just like you want them.
Transcending gendered language & Changing the starting point of how we enact the gospel.
God is our Mother Rabbit. For my son, I am a flesh and blood representation of the Divine to him. I am his mother rabbit, and he is my beloved bunny.
Here is another (short) installment in exploring the theology of disability and the spiritual growth/development of my autistic son, Nathan (age 11) who has recently claimed that he doesn’t not believe in God (see previous posts). Part of the spiritual formation process involves engagement with mortality; and so it does for Nathan too. The two […]
Video’s BACK STORY: To get an idea of who Nathan is, and how he thinks (a VERY rough estimation) I’ll be posting some video of interviews with him on his thoughts about God, spiritual things, love, truth, Scripture, Christianity, and things that pertain to this delving into his spiritual formation and understanding. Nathan caught the […]