Here are the highlights of posts this week from the Association of Ministers with Disabilities, Disability Ministries Committee, Mental Health Ministries, Deaf and Hard-of-hearing Ministries Committee, and UM Congress of the Deaf. Please note that many posts have additional comments and discussion which will not be reflected in these links.
- Covid-19 list of inclusion resources
- October 12, Be A Disciple: IFDC 1240, Ministry with people with disabilities
- October 14, National Disability Institute: webinar, The
Extra Costs of Living with a Disability
- Poplarville First UMC: Jars
- Hamilton UMC: "Green Book" sermon (captioned)
- Random Acts of Expression: Beads, inclusive version
- Justin Hancock: Disability pride in parenting (auto caption)
- UCL Press: Ableism in Academia (PDF free download)
- Rev. Rebecca Writes: Eternal Forever
- Rev. Rebecca Writes: Reformed Dreamer
- NIH: How loud is too loud?
- Washingtonian: Netflix "Deaf U"
- UMTV: Interpreters Raise Church Voices
- Zoom: new features include pinning ASL terp
- Deaf Link: Children's day
- gal-dem: Deafness and mental health
- Esther Choi: The benefits of obedience 2
- UMNS: Mask
with hearing aid and glasses
- The Correspondent: Deaf historian says we must end obsession with cures
- Deaf News: birthday of Mary Lippit
- ELDA newsletter
- AI media: Sign
language alphabets around the world
- Day in life of a PWD: Etiquette
- L'Arche: Faith
- Andrew Pulrang for Forbes: Disability language
- Jessica Brown for Faith & Leadership: Who cares for the shepherds?
- Andrew Pulrang for Forbes: Three things that influence views about disability
- Sojourners: Covid exposed Christian ableism
- Faith & Leadership: Dealing with conflict during pandemic
- Microsoft: Be
yourself and DMC Etiquette
- Mental Illness Awareness Week
- Looking for sunshine
- The National Day of Prayer for Mental Illness Awareness Recovery and Understanding
Depression Screening Day
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