"And when they could not bring [the paralyzed man] to Jesus because of the crowd, they removed the roof above him..."
— Mark 2:3-4 (paraphrased)
The Disabilities Ministry is committed to opening doors and building bridges in the Church of the Brethren and beyond so that all may worship, serve, be served, learn, and grow in the presence of God as a valued member of our Christian community.
Disabilities Ministry News
(August 6, 2016)
This past July, 12 people joined me in the hills of Maryland for the We Are Able workcamp. This annual Church of the Brethren program is...
(February 27, 2016)
In January 2016, Anabaptist Disabilities Network (ADNet) and the Church of the Brethren Congregational Life Ministries extended an...
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Anabaptist Disabilities Network BlogWhere's the justice in that?
It was a typical Sunday as I made my way into the sanctuary, quickly found my place in the balcony, and prepared my heart for worship. I...
Sparks of Redemptive Grace
A description I wrote of my depression, published in an ADN newsletter article eight years ago, reflects, if incompletely, the anguish a...
Enabled to pray the Lord's prayer
The prayer that Jesus taught his first disciples, known as the Lord’s Prayer, is one of the most familiar prayers in the church, known...
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