What are some of the most important ways of ministering to people with disabilities? This article explains that prayer and relationships built on trust and respect are vital.
In order to care for individuals and families affected by disabilities, we need to have a biblical understanding of human nature. This article explains that the image of God is foundational—no one is to be defined by their disability—and from there the Lord's desire is that we conform to the image of Christ. That means that the church has a responsibility to disciple the disabled.
Chapter 1 explores three different views as to what is true about the nature of disability and about the nature of our world at large: the historical view (disability is an abnormal part of life in a normal world), the postmodern view (disability is a normal part of life in a normal world), and the biblical view (disability is a normal part of life in an abnormal world).