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Same Lake, Different Boat: Coming Alongside People Touched by Disability (Hubach)

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When the church attempts to function without all of its parts, the body of Christ becomes disabled.

Same Lake, Different Boat is a transformational work—designed to renew our minds to think biblically about disability in order that our lives, our relationships, and our congregations might wholly reflect Christ.

Table of Contents:

Part I: About the Foundations

1. On Truth: The Four Missing Words

2. On Identification: Same Lake, Different Boat

3. On Respect: Common Grace, Special Needs

4. On relentlessness: Dante’s Circles of Disability

5. On Restoration: Thy Kingdom Come

Part II: About the Families

6. On Coming to Terms with a New Reality

7. On Negotiating a Path to Acceptance

8. On Living a New Normal Life

9. On Grappling with the Great Opportunity

Part III: About Facilitation in the Church

10. On Hospitality: No Room at the Inn

11. On Belonging: Same Body, Different Parts

12. On Wisdom: Questions Every Church Needs to Answer

13. On Change: Revolution or Reformation?



Stephanie Hubach is Mission to North America’s (MNA) special needs ministries director. She also serves on the Lancaster Christian Council on Disability (LCCD) and is a member of the Advisory Board for the ministry of Chosen Families.



“Stephanie’s book is well rooted theologically and, to my delight, grows out of a well-formed biblical worldview.” — Charles W. Colson, Founder and Chairman, Prison Fellowship 

“Masterfully and winsomely develops a scriptural framework to help God’s people think biblically and live covenantally in all of life, including our response to disabilities.” — Susan Hunt, Author and Consultant, Christian Education and Publications, Presbyterian Church in America 

“Stephanie Hubach’s superb book tells us how to transform the church into a place of hospitality and welcome for children and adults with disabilities and their families. Her heartwarming stories about Timmy and her scholarly discussion of a biblical view of disability make this book both pleasurable and instructive.”  — Ginny Thornburgh, Director, Religion and Disability Program, National Organization on Disability