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Stephanie O. Hubach, Director of Special Needs Ministries for the Mission to North America (MNA), an agency of the Presbyterian Church in America (see www.pca-mna.org/specialneeds ), will address the theme: "Those with Disabilities Help to Make Us Whole."
In 1992, Timmy Hubach, the youngest son of our guest Stephanie and
her husband Fred, was born with Down Syndrome. Tonight's theme comes from the title of an article written by Stephanie for By Faith magazine, which eventually lead to the book Stephanie wrote, released by P & R Publishing in 2006, titled Same Lake, Different Boat: Coming Alongside People Touched By Disability (see http://www.prpbooks.com/inventory.html?target=indiv_title&id=1011).
Cohosting tonight's broadcast are two pastors, Doug Totter of Grace Reformed Baptist Church of Long Island in Merrick, NY (www.GraceReformedBaptistChurch.com), and Jim Capo of the Massapequa Church of God in Massapequa, NY (see http://www.merchantcircle.com/business/Massapequa.Church.of.Gad.516-799-2421), who both have children with disabilities.
Some of the subject matter in this interview will also be drawn from the book Too Wise To Be Mistaken, Too Good To Be Unkind: Christian Parents Contend with Autism, by Cathy Steere (see http://www.graceandtruthbooks.com/product/too-wise-to-be-mistaken-too-good-to-be-unkind).
You can read an interview with By Faith magazine and Stephanie here: