A text which aims to stimulate people with little or no formal theological training to reflect on the implications of relating disability to the Christian faith. It offers practical advice on what individuals and churches can do to make a difference. Healing ministry, practical issues such as access and ways of including disabled people within the church, using their gifts and ministry to the full are covered in detail.
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Roy McCloughry is director of Kingdom Trust, a consultancy on applied social ethics. His many books include, with John Stott, The Eye of the Needle (IVP, 1990), Men and Masculinity: From power to love (1992), Belief in Politics, and Hearing Men's Voices: Men in search of their soul (1999, all Hodder). He has had personal experience of disability, having been epileptic since birth. His daughter also has epilepsy. He lives in Nottingham. Wayne Morris is co-ordinator of CHAD (Church Action on Disability) and is currently working towards a PhD on Theology and Disability. He lives in Birmingham.
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Book Description Society for Promoting Christia, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110281054231
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Book Description Society for Promoting Christian, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0281054231