“Are the people who might need things adjusted encouraged and able and willing to have that conversation? If not, things are not accessible.”

The Rev’d Stephanie Shockley

15. Crip Camp

Stephanie and Robyn discuss the documentary Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution. We discuss our deep love for camp culture, the history of the camp the title refers to, and how a community formed in the 1970’s helped shape disability activism and the world we all live in. Significant admiration for Judy Huemann happens. Full Transcript…

14. Grief with Rev Sharan Knoell

Stephanie and Robyn are joined by Sharan to discuss her diagnosis journey and how the grief involved is informing her faith. The Rev. Sharan Knoell is the pastor of Valley United Presbyterian Church in a small-town community that straddles the Pennsylvania – New York border. Prior to 2014, Valley United was three Presbyterian Church (USA)…

13 Mother God with Teresa Kim Pecinovsky

Stephanie and Robyn are joined by the Rev’d Teresa Kim Pecinovsky to discuss her gorgeous children’s book Mother God . They discuss the importance of good theology and diverse representation in the church and in children’s literature. Born in South Korea and raised in Iowa, Teresa had a brief stint as an ESL teacher in…

Disability is too big for just one voice.

the rev’d Robyn King

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