My latest thoughts on
faith, family, disability,
privilege, and healing
I didn’t expect to open a package and find a copy of To Be Made Well, but it was so exciting to hold it in
I asked Penny if she would be willing to answer a few questions about her experience with the PATH process. These are her unedited responses:
Once a year, a group of people from Penny’s school, family, and community gather together with her to talk about her hopes and dreams for
Quick links to favorite books for kids and adults that we read in 2021: The Hiding Place Chains, Forge, and Ashes Roll of Thunder, Hear
As we near the end of 2021, I’m returning to one of the most listened to (and possibly most appreciated) episodes from this past year—my
What does it mean to be healthy? Can people with disabilities be healthier than typical people? What does it mean to be healed by God?
Meritocracy is the antithesis to love. I first wrote those words almost two years ago, when we were traveling cross-country and we were taking regular
“In some ways we judge the story by the storyteller.” Colonialism corrupted the beautiful message of the Gospel when it forced Christianity on Indigenous people.