In a fallen world, we all experience brokenness. In our humanity, we all experience limited ability. We’re in the same lake, sharing a common story—but because our experiences differ from person to person, we’re not in the same boat.
When it comes to people with disability, we often act like we’re in different lakes. Disability can seem frightening, abnormal—or even irrelevant to those who do not experience it.
But Stephanie Hubach argues that there is a better way to understand disability, the challenges facing those touched by disability, and the role of the church in the lives of people with differing abilities. She pinpoints biblical truths about disability, in contrast to common secular views, and how we need to rethink supporting one another to make God’s kingdom truly accessible to all.
This revised and updated edition includes new chapters on growing in grace and journeying into maturity.
About the Author:
Stephanie O. Hubach (MATS, Covenant Theological Seminary) is research fellow in disability ministries at Covenant Theological Seminary and visiting instructor in the seminary’s educational ministries program. She is also the founding director of Engaging Disability With The Gospel.