- Parkinson’s—The Gift I Didn’t WantI’ve spent years writing about pain and suffering. Now I’ll spend years learning how to live with physical disability.Português简体中文繁體中文
- In Kenya, Sign Language Choir Helps Churches Embrace Deaf CultureOver three decades, the Zion Praise Team has put its faith on display and challenged misconceptions around people with disabilities.
- Report: Jean Vanier’s L’Arche Hid ‘Mystical-Sexual’ Sect for DecadesAn independent commission concluded that dozens of women were violated by Vanier and his mentor under exploitative spiritual disciplines.Français
- From Holistic Health to a Holistic GospelWellness culture has infiltrated the church. Scripture casts a different vision.日本語
- When We Were Your Age, We Needed Jesus TooThirty Christian authors remember the struggles of their teenage years while sharing hard-won gospel wisdom with teens today.
- Died: Duane King, Pastor Who Saw the Need for a Sign Language BibleHe didn’t know anything about deafness. But he believed the gospel is for everyone.
- Bible Translators Add 400 Sign Languages to To-Do ListFirst finished Scripture for deaf people prompts attention to global need.
- Understanding Autism from the InsideIn a candid account of living on the spectrum, a Taylor University professor invites us to see his “deficiencies” as gifts.españolPortuguêsFrançais
- Nine Years, 782,000 Words Later, South Carolina Woman Completes Handwritten BibleCaroline Campbell’s project aims to inspire Christians to learn Scripture and see disabilities as a gift to the church.Français
- Having Polio Was a Privilege, Not a PunishmentHow a passage in John’s gospel transformed my perspective on God and suffering.español