Disability & Accessibility, Diversity, Ministry, Pastoral Life, Writing

4 Easy Steps People with Disabilities Take to Improve Our Health

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!

Books, Disability & Accessibility, Diversity, Ministry, Pastoral Life, Writing

My New Book is Now Available for Pre-Order: The UMC and Disability by Rev. Rebecca L. Holland

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. 

the cover of the book shows a mosaic of a woman's face
Book Reviews, Books, Women in Ministry

#BookReview: A Week in the Life of a Greco-Roman Woman by Holly Beers brings the first century to life @ivpress

A Week In the Life of a Greco-Roman Woman by Holly Beers brings the first century teachings of Paul to life for modern readers.  I will refer to this book when preparing sermons on St. Paul's teachings in the future.

Book Reviews, Books, Ministry, Pastoral Life, Women in Ministry

Book Review: Near the Exit by Lori Erickson- An Episcopal deacon explores death from a spiritual perspective @NetGalley #ReviewAThon

In Near the Exit, Travels of the Not-So-Grim Reaper, Lori Erickson, travel writer and Episcopal deacon, takes readers on a spiritual journey to face death head on in order to learn about what makes us human.