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Mutual Friendship When Disability is Involved

There’s a difference between ministering to someone who has a disability and really doing life with them. While barriers like staircases and narrow doorways may keep someone with a physical disability from entering a space, there are other barriers that keep them from genuine, deep friendship.

How can we take steps to tear down walls that isolate someone from community when they have a disability? How can we build true mutual friendships?

Today on the podcast, Crystal Keating is talking about friendship with Tracey Motoda, her good friend who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) and is a wheelchair user.

We all want to be known and have relationships with other people, so listen as Crystal and Tracey share ways that you can really do life with a friend impacted by disability – what it means to have a deep, mutual friendship.


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Building Community for Families Affected by Disability

An Irresistible Church is an authentic community built on the hope of Christ that compels people affected by disability to fully belong. Do you want your church to be a place of belonging? Do you want your church to be Irresistible?

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