by Mark Stephenson Director of Disability Concerns of the Christian Reformed Church in North America When our oldest child, Nicole, was born extremely prematurely, my wife and I didn’t know whether she would live or die. Praise God, she will […]
What does it look like to incorporate inclusion into every aspect of life? A man named Jean Vanier asked that question more than five decades ago. He was concerned about the way that people with disabilities seemed to be cut […]
by Karen Pimpo Happy Valentine’s Day! Today is a time to celebrate love. At Friendship, we get excited about love. It’s at the very core of what we do. We recognize that ALL people – regardless of ability – are […]
For Christmas this year, we got a new website! We’ve spent the fall selecting and composing the content that will tell the world who we are and what we do, and why. Naturally, this has made us pause for a […]
Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the November 2017 issue of Justice Unbound. First Church is eager to start their new church ministry year. They’ve hung a sign out in front of their building for all to see: EVERYONE […]
To all of our Friends, Mentors, Group Leaders, and Supporters: We are so thankful for you!
Hospitality can be defined as “the friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers.” But what does it really look like? An online search for hospitality brings up photos of people with smiling faces, ready to help. […]