Read the main article on a worship service with children of all abilities.
I have a child who has a disability. Here are a few ways that congregations can try to embrace families like mine.
Use person-first language. Labels can be helpful, but our children are people first: Tommy, who has autism, or David, who has epilepsy.
R. S. Sugirtharajah sees both sides of the mirror: Christian views of Asian faiths and the reciprocal gaze of Asian believers.
Flannery O’Connor never wrote just for herself, God, and an elite group of peers. She was eager for an audience with ears to hear about grace.