Resources on Disability

I watched with a smile on my face as the family of three walked up to the welcome desk in our preschool area. They were visiting our church for the first time, so I introduced myself and gave them the... Continue...

Palmer Williams shares what needs to change in the way many Christians view disability. Palmer is a a founding partner of The Peacefield Group. She specializes in legal and policy analysis related to international human rights, sanctity of life, non-profit operations and... Continue...

Joel Dillon joins Elizabeth Graham to share the story of Joel's House at Evangelicals for Life 2019. Continue...

In 1995, when I was 8 years old, a car accident left me with a spinal cord injury, which meant I would be wheelchair bound for life. In an instant, my small world shifted from gymnastics and bike riding to... Continue...

Eight years ago, our middle daughter, Lucy, was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ASD. Lucy is profoundly affected by Autism. Her sensory processing and cognitive function is severely delayed. It wasn’t until a little over a year ago that we... Continue...

On March 29, 2012, my life was changed. My wife gave birth to our fourth daughter, Eden, who was born with Down syndrome, unexpectedly. Through the initial pain of the diagnosis, coupled with a long road of medical complications, the... Continue...

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, a time to both learn about the condition and celebrate those who have this disability. Here are five things you should know about the condition: 1. Down syndrome—named after the English doctor, John Langdon... Continue...