Thoughts and opinions: Honouring God’s image

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    Recently Australia’s Anglican bishops were blessed to receive a presentation by noted expert Monica Short, a lecturer at Charles Sturt University, on the same topic.

    Encouragingly, she told us that Australian Anglicans’ interaction with people living with disabilities has been overwhelmingly a good news story, in which the Church aims to display the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness and self-control. This contrasts with many parts of society, which can exclude people living with disabilities, or may expect payment before engaging.

    Period31 Jul 2018

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    • TitleThoughts and opinion: Honouring God’s image
      Degree of recognitionNational
      Media name/outletArchbishop Philip Freier: Thoughts and opinion
      Media typeWeb
      Country/TerritoryAustralia
      Date31/07/18
      DescriptionRecently Australia’s Anglican bishops were blessed to receive a presentation by noted expert Monica Short, a lecturer at Charles Sturt University, on the same topic.

      Encouragingly, she told us that Australian Anglicans’ interaction with people living with disabilities has been overwhelmingly a good news story, in which the Church aims to display the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness and self-control. This contrasts with many parts of society, which can exclude people living with disabilities, or may expect payment before engaging.
      URLhttps://www.anglicanprimate.org.au/2018/07/31/honouring-gods-image/
      PersonsMonica Short

    Keywords

    • Anglican
    • Church
    • living with disabilities