Christianity and Disability: Thinking Theologically about Brokenness
by Sharifa Stevens
Any man or woman who lives long enough will join the ranks of the disabled. How do we think theologically about such brokenness?
God Works in Our Weakness
by Charles R. Swindoll
"Renewable" Resources: The Gift of Suffering
by Mark L. Bailey
Living with a Disability
by Sandra Glahn
Members of the DTS family talk about what it’s like to live with disability—from the perspective of both the impaired and the caregiver—and how the body of Christ can both help and reap benefits.
5 Ways to Reach Out to the Intellectually Disabled
by Amanda DeWitt
God's Role in My Son's Autism
by Miltinnie Yih
When Miltinnie Yih’s son received a diagnosis of “autism,” she wrestled with the “why?” Was it unconfessed sin? A generational curse? Demonic oppression? Ultimately she found two underlying questions: Who made this happen? Who is in charge?