Even though the secular world stresses independence, we are called to live as a community dependent on God and on one another. No one of us should be considered a burden for the rest; and no one of us is simply a burden-bearer. ‘We all bear one another’s burdens in order to fulfill the law of Christ’ (Gal. 6:2)”.  A Church of All and for All, 2003

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“Inclusion of Persons With Disabilities in Church Development Work”

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