Entries by Stephanie O. Hubach

On Being for the Life of My Neighbor

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 […]

When We Don’t Get What We Want

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

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 […]

Fortune Cookie Theology

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! […]

Disability Through a Biblical Lens

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 […]

The Dignity of Every Human

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 […]