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Interfaith Disability Connection Podcast- Episode #4

An excerpt from the Theology Forum that took place during the 2009 Interfaith Disability Connection Summit on Sunday August 9, 2009.

The question posed by forum moderator The Reverend Benno D. Pattison was: Does your tradition provide guidance about who people with disabilities are or why people have disabilities? Does this explanation help or hinder congregations in your tradition as they seek to welcome and include people with disabilities?

Responding to this question are:

Reverend Guy Pujol, Executive Director, AIDS Alliance for Faith and Health and Faculty Member, Interdenominational Theological Center

Dr. Khalid Siddiq, Atlanta Islamic Community Leader

Rabbi Mark Zimmerman, Congregation Beth Shalom, Dunwoody, GA

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Episode #3 of the Interfaith Disability Connection Podcast features Mrs. Betty Hasan-Amin and Reverend Alan Roof. Mrs. Hasan-Amin is the Founder of You-Ni-Verse Greeting Cards and a member at Masjid Al-Mu’Minun in Atlanta. Reverend Roof serves as a Chaplain at Shepherd Center in Atlanta. Alan is an Ordained Minister in the United Church of Christ.

Betty and Alan are two individuals who helped plan and deliver the 2008 That All May Worship: Beyond The Ramp Conference. They discuss the impact that attending the 2008 event has had on them and help us preview what is most exciting to them as the prepare to participate in the 2009 Interfaith Disability Connection Summit on Sunday, August 9, 2009.

They also discuss why the think YOU Should plan to attend!

The second episode of the Interfaith Disability Connection podcast features an interview by  Mark Crenshaw of Reverend  Bill Gaventa; keynote speaker of the upcoming 2009 IDC Summit. The conversation provides a preview of the 2009 IDC Summit and it gives listeners a glimpse of Reverend Gaventa's passion for the full-inclusion of people with disabilities in congregational life.

In this first podcast of the Interfaith Disability Connection director Mark Crenshaw interviews Ginny Thornburgh, Director of the Interfaith Initiative at the American Association of People with Disabilities in Washington, DC, Thornburgh will serve as workshop facilitator at the 2nd annual IDC Summit this Sunday, August 9, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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