My latest thoughts on
faith, family, disability,
privilege, and healing

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We All Need Healing

Our need for healing is both universal and particular. We all need healing. And yet we carry particular wounds. Shame, guilt, fear. Pain, disease, hurt.

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Responsive Parenting

When Penny was three months old, and we were so very new to all things parenting and all things related to disability, we attended a

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Anticipating Joy

“Anxiety is anticipated terror. Hope is anticipated joy.” I heard theologian Jürgen Moltmann say this to fellow theologian Miroslav Volf on a podcast a long

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A Glimpse of Heaven

I did not expect to catch a glimpse of heaven in a TIME magazine article about food waste. But then I started reading about Massimo

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Has Anything Changed?

Fifty-four years after Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King was shot and killed outside a motel in Memphis, has anything changed? Two years after the “racial

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