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How Your Church Can Include, Welcome Disabled People – Part 1

By Martin Hobgen | January 27, 2020

Welcoming and including disabled people in your church building requires more than adding wheelchair ramps and removing a few pews. It involves the actions and attitudes of your members toward disabled people.

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The Global Baptist Peace Conference was held in Cali, Colombia, in July 2019. Video interviews by Francisco Litardo of Central Seminary, produced in conjunction with Word & Way and EthicsDaily.com.

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By EthicsDaily.com Staff | March 27, 2002

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By James Browning | March 26, 2002

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By Mike Parnell | March 26, 2002

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