Introduction: What is "Want to Read Wednesday?" Hello, Friends! Welcome to my blog. Here at BeckieWrites.com I am starting a new meme for the year of 20210 entitled, "Want to Read," Wednesday. The focus of my author blog is to share with you not only information about my own writing, but to also share information… Continue reading Want to Read Wednesday: Christianity and the Art of Wheelchair Maintenance by Stephen Faller
I'm so happy to have the opportunity to share my work as a staff writer for CAPTIVATING! Magazine. CAPTIVATING! is a magazine that empowers people with disabilities. At CAPTIVATING! the power and possibilities of inclusion are limitless.
I had the opportunity to interview L.R. Hay, and I was particularly moved by the section of this interview where she shares about how she went the extra mile for a young reader with sight loss.
.My name is Rebecca and I am a voracious reader. I am also a visually impaired writer and I love to support other authors with disabilities. On this blog, I make an effort to share information about books that include characters that have disabilities. Diverse representation in media is something about which I am incredibly… Continue reading 2019 Year Round Up: Books Related to Disability
In order to celebrate the publication of my new book, The United Methodist Church & Disability, here are the top things I wish people understood about blindness/ low vision.
Dr. Frances Kelsey battled hierarchy, patriarchy, and the Establishment in an effort to prove that Thalidomide was dangerous. Frankie is her story.
My marathon training has taught me that the most important part of reaching any goal is taking it one step at a time. We just need to keep putting one foot in front of the other. Even if your mobility is limited, we can all take small but significant metaphorical steps to improving our own health. Remember- it’s not about winning. It’s how you run the race!
October is Mental Health Awareness Month and author Chris Morris's new book brings together a group of diverse voices in order to share their experiences with mental health and the church.
On October 13th, the Susquehanna Conference of the UMC celebrated our first Disability Awareness Sunday. Here are some ideas for how you can make your worship accessible throughout the entire year!
I am so happy to be able to announce that my new book The United Methodist Church and Disability: Essays and Practical Ideas for Churches, Clergy, and People with Disabilities is now available for pre-order! The Kindle Version will be released November 25th and the large print paperback version will be released on (or very close to) that date.