About Stephanie O. Hubach
Stephanie Hubach is the founding director of Engaging Disability and is the author of Same Lake, Different Boat: Coming Alongside People Touched by Disability, Revised and Updated (P&R Publishers, 2020). To learn more about Steph or access additional resources, visit her website, www.stephaniehubach.com.
Entries by Stephanie O. Hubach
Even as I write this, our nation continues the heated debate over health care reform. As a former college instructor in Economics, a current disability ministry leader, and the parent […]
One Christmas Day, our youngest son Timmy (who has Down syndrome) eagerly opened a Christmas present. As the wrapping came off and he began to read the front of the […]
Disability Ministry and the Local Church: Hard Experiences, Gospel Opportunities My family lives in a small town in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the type of place that has a Main Street […]
I love Chinese Food. Truly I do. White rice or fried rice, hot and sour soup or egg drop, General Tso’s chicken or beef with broccoli—it all works for me! […]
Over time, we had become accustomed to the quiet, methodical hissing sound of Ben Zell’s ventilator in the sanctuary on Sunday mornings. Diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor at age […]
A Conversation with Author Stephanie Hubach – First published in byFaith Magazine April/May 2007. In 2005 Stephanie Hubach, Chairperson of the Special Needs Committee of Reformed Presbyterian Church (PCA) in […]
Flipping through the newspaper on a quiet Sunday afternoon, my eyes fell on an article entitled “The Toll of Alzheimer’s Disease” by syndicated columnist Dr. Peter H. Gott. Since a […]
What is Disability Ministry? When people hear disability ministry or special needs ministry various images may come to mind. Some think of a large programmatic ministry that can only be […]
Who We Are
Engaging Disability With The Gospel is the denominational disability ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). We are a ministry of Mission to North America (MNA) of the PCA. We own and operate Simply the Gospel, specializing in the creation, publishing, and online sales of Bible resources that are adapted to support the discipleship of unique learners. Our mission is to coach churches to disciple and enfold kids, teens, and adults with disabilities.