Hi, friends, Mike Walker, two of two. 🙂 I’m super excited about this one. On July 20th, between roughly 1 and 2:30 PM, I’ll be co-facilitating a Lunch & Learn webinar with the wonderful Keith Dow and Jasmine Duckworth of Christian Horizons. We’ll be talking about how to “build back better”–in our case, how to […]
Hi, friends, Mike Walker here. This is post one of two… In early May, the Government of Ontario’s Health Care Standards Development Committee released its Initial Recommendations Report. That report outlines the recommendations that the Health Care Standards Development Committee wants to offer to Ontarian health-care providers and hospital settings, going forward, in terms of […]
The Canadian Journal of Theology, Mental Health and Disability is committed to breaking new ground at the intersection of theology and m ental health, exploring disability using an interfaith theological lens. Our priorities include publishing work by people with lived experience of mental illness and other disabilities, especially student work. We want to create a space where we […]
Monday June 7th to Friday, June 11th Tyndale University, Christian Horizons, and Emmanuel Bible College have partnered to provide a for-credit Tyndale course “Disability, Theology, and The Church: Everybody Belongs. Join Dr. Neil Cudney and a number of Canadian contributors as part of this livestreamed course. Course Description: Examines disability issues from diverse perspectives, understanding […]
Hi, friends, Happy Friday! This is Mike Walker. We at A Deeper Communion have other exciting news… I was very happy to get a short email from Taylor & Francis on Wednesday morning, informing me that my article “Persistent Pain and Promised Perfection” was published in the Journal of Disability and Religion, out of Aberdeen. […]
Hi, friends, I hope you’re all well! Mike Walker here. I wanted to let you all know of a fantastic new opportunity to deepen communion with people with disabilities in your congregations and communities. I’m the primary researcher on a wonderful project called Our Doors are Open: an Accessible Welcome for People with Disabilities in […]
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