Steph Hubach: Living Wisely with Our Abilities and Disabilities

Steph Hubach is a Research Fellow in Disability Ministry with Covenant Seminary, author of two books on disability in the church, and formerly the director of Mission to North America's Special Needs Ministries. Steph offers a theologically robust and deeply personal vision for what the gospel tells us about disability in both its physical and social dimensions.

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Steph Hubach is a Research Fellow in Disability Ministry with Covenant Seminary, author of two books on disability in the church, and formerly the director of Mission to North America’s Special Needs Ministries. Steph offers a theologically robust and deeply personal vision of what the gospel tells us about disability in both its physical and social dimensions. She reminds us that we are all a mix of both the blessedness of creation and the brokenness of the fall; we all have capacities as well as vulnerabilities — and it is especially in those places of weakness that God delights to work in.

Check out Stephanie Hubach’s latest book: “Parenting & Disabilities: Abiding in God’s Presence

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