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In this issue
Healing the wounds of war
Grace Mishler's experience as a blind person is an important part of her work in Vietnam, where she serves students and blind persons.
Thanks Christine! Welcome Denise!
Denise Reesor is assuming the program director post that Christine Guth is vacating after ten years of serving ADN. They will work together through October.
Introducing Mark Pickens
Mark Pickens joins the ADN team as Field Associate, ready to promote disability inclusion in Pennsylvania churches.
Review of Deaf Ministry: Ministry Models for Expanding the Kingdom of God, by Leo Yates. Reviewed by Sheila Yoder.
Church of the Brethren Annual Conference
Brethren Annual Conference-goers with disabilities had Rebekah Flores working to make sure they could participate fully.
Madness: American Protestant Responses to Mental Illness, by Heather Vacek (Baylor University Press, 2015). A book review by Christine Guth.
Becoming More Inclusive
Slate Hill Mennonite Church near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, builds relationships with neighbors from a nearby group home.
Sparks of Redemptive Grace
Sparks of Redemptive Grace: Seeking and Seeing God Amid a Loved One’s Mental Illness, by Catherine P. Downing. Reviewed by Christine Guth.
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