The following links are for PDF-OCR files of the bulletins for Annual Conference 2019, to be held from May 30- June 1st at the Hershey Lodge. The Rev. Jennett Wertz will provide ASL interpretation for the worship services. Priority seating for people with disabilities and/or their companions will be available near the front of the auditorium.
The May Newsletter for Disability Ministries Task Force of the Susquehanna Conference includes notes on what's new in Central Pennsylvania!
The Susquehanna Conference Disability Ministry Task Force is honored to present to you this article by Amanda Gene Nelson. Amanda is a freelance writer from Florida and she has a story to tell that is full of God's love and amazing grace.
Driving with a disability is a possibility for some members of the disability community! As a person with low vision, one of the hardest aspects of my sight loss has been coming to terms with the fact that driving just isn’t an option for me. As a young person, I felt sorrow as I watched … Continue reading Driving with a Disability: Infographic by Michael Leavy
Click here to download an accessible copy of the LINK for 2019. The following is a plain text version of our Article from the March 2019, LINK.
Having a disability is not easy, but I am inspired by the fact that Amanda Gene does not allow her disability to define her. Instead, she is working to redefine the way the world sees disability. Amanda Gene is a freelance writer from Florida with a BA in Print Journalism and a minor in professional education. Amanda Gene uses her gift for words to raise awareness about disabilities. Amanda and I are both passionate about showing the world that people with disabilities can do anything able bodied people can do - we just do it a little differently.
Thriving Blind by TEDx speaker and rare disease mom, Kristin Smedley, is changing the way the world sees blindness. When both of Smedley's sons were born with a rare disease that caused them to lose their sight, she and her family chose thriving over merely surviving. Krstin's new book shows parents of children with sight loss raise their children to thrive.