Earlier this month I was invited to participate in the local organizing of a nationwide gathering of clergy and religious leaders at the San Diego/Mexico boarder. We gathered because we have a moral obligation to uphold our nation’s promise to welcome the tired, the poor, the huddled masses yearning to live in liberation. […]
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“The primary problem for the church is not how to “accommodate” disabled persons. The problem is a disabling theology that functionally denies inclusion and justice for many of God’s children. Much of church theology and practice—including the Bible itself—has often been dangerous for persons with disabilities. The prejudice, hostility, and suspicion toward people with disabilities […]
At Christian Fellowship, this is not just a tag line. We mean it so much that this message greets everyone who comes to our church campus. We invite you to come and experience it for yourself any Sunday at 5:00 pm for our Evening Jazz Vespers, at 10:30 for our Morning Worship, or on Wednesday […]