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Parenting & Disabilities: Abiding in God’s Presence (Hubach)

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Where is God in your journey of parenting a child with disabilities? Everywhere! Although parenting a child with exceptionalities can be an isolating experience, nothing can separate God’s children from his loving presence. In thirty-one daily readings spanning cosmic realities and the nitty-gritty of daily life, Stephanie Hubach, a researcher in disability ministry and the mother of a son with Down syndrome, explores the many blessings that come to you and your child through the promise of Immanuel, “God with us.”

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Stephanie O. Hubach (MATS, Covenant Theological Seminary) is research fellow in disability ministries at Covenant Theological Seminary and visiting instructor in the seminary's educational ministries program. Previously she served as the director of Mission to North America's Special Needs Ministries.

 

Endorsements

“If you are a special-needs parent who is thirsting for spiritual renewal and refreshment . . . this is a treasure you won’t want to pass by.”

—Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder, Joni and Friends International Disability Center

 

 “Thank you, Steph, for encouraging my faith and the faith of many other parents who so desperately know that they need their faith built!”

—Paul E. Miller, Executive Director, seeJesus; Author, A Praying Life

 

“Full of wisdom gleaned from the intersection of Scripture and life, Stephanie guides parents, with hope, to look to the One from whom their help ultimately comes.”

—Michael R. Emlet, Dean of Faculty and Counselor, Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation

 

“This book helped me to engage and receive from God what I need to parent my children in his wisdom and strength rather than staying stuck in my own inadequacies. . . . I highly recommend this book as a lifeline for parents.”

—Thomas L. Boehm, Director, Wheaton Center for Faith and Disability, Wheaton College