Exalting the Valley of Accessibility

Welcome! I’m Summer Kinard, author of Of Such is the Kingdom: A Practical Theology of Disability. This post provides supporting…

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Listening with Lazarus in the time of the Rona

Lazarus was listening for Jesus long before he died. He would hear his friend’s voice on the road of an afternoon and rush to find his sisters.

“Martha, bring the good olives. Mary, set out your finest cheese. I will get the water to wash his feet.”

He listened for the voice on his sickbed, his deathbed, and in the tomb, he listened.

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New and improved: Visual Schedule for the Orthodox Divine Liturgy

We’ve used the original visual schedule almost every week for the past three years to help my children participate in…

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Prayer Book With Visual Prayers

One of the ways to invite families into praying together is to keep things simple and accessible. This set of…

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Can People with Disabilities be Happy?

Why should we seek happiness, the cynics wonder, when life is hard and people are stupid and cruel or at…

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