Dancing with Disabilities
Opening the Church to All God's Children
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""Dancing with Disabilities is about the ever-changing relationship between two groups...locked like dancers in either a passionate embrace or a dance of separareness, trying to move to the rhythm of the music that one or the other hears."" - from the Introduction Imagine what a church could be if those who are ""disabled"" and those who are ""able-bodied"" were to understand them-selves to be equal partners in the faith community. Writing personally and passionately on this compelling subject, Brett Webb-Mitchell relates the struggles and triumphs, frustrations and joys, of the children and adults with disabilities whom he has met through his ministry. It is these persons who put a genuinely human face to ""disabilities"" - and those presence challenges the church to welcome all God's children to their rightful place in the Christian community. BRETT WEBB-MITCHELL teaches at Duke Divinity School in Durham, North Carolina. He is the author of God Plays Piano Too: The Spiritual Lives of Disabled Children and Unexpected Guests at God's Banquet: Welcoming People with Disabilities into the Church.
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