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Richard (left, in wheelchair) rolls along a street in Evansville, IL, accompanied by several walkers.
On October 8, 1989, Richard Propes (above left) started out on a trip he began calling the Tenderness Tour. As he describes it, “I’d lost just about everything a human being can lose—wife, newborn, both feet, and even my home.” So Richard set out on a journey to find out if there were any good people in the world. Click on the photo to read about the Tenderness Tour's 25th Anniversary this year.

Church of the Brethren Logo features cross and symbols of basin and towel

A warm welcome to Church of the Brethren members who are visiting our website!

We are pleased to announce that ADNet has begun a collaborative partnership with Church of the Brethren Disability Ministries (learn more). We invite new visitors to explore our website and especially to participate in the following ways:

Our Vision: Faith communities are transformed when individuals with disabilities and their God-given gifts and experiences enjoy full inclusion in the Body of Christ.

Our Mission:
ADNet supports Anabaptist congregations, families, and persons touched by disabilities to nurture inclusive communities.

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5 Ridiculous Things You Probably Believe about Mental Illness. Blog post by Deborah Ferber, in response to the death of Robin Williams.

Photos from the 2014 Golf Benefit

June 2014 Connections is now online.

ADNet Speakers list has been updated! Invite an ADNet representative to speak in your congregation.

February 2014 Connections is now online

Church of the Brethren Partners with ADNet

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Ron Ropp brings expertise in aging well

Ministry at L’Arche – On Answering the “This Has Nothing to Do With Your Studies” Comment. Blog post by Deborah Ferber.

December 2013 Connections (online only)

ADNotes: Hope in Crisis

Bethesda Lutheran Communities honors Christine Guth with Christian Service Award for 2013. 

Autism in the Congregation: Offering Jesus' welcome to all children
by Christine Guth, ADNet Program Director. Tips for understanding and supporting individuals with autism and their families in congregational settings. 

A new page features Deborah Ferber, ADNet's newest Field Associate, who is posting regularly on ADNet's Blog.

See photos of our move and our new offices on our public Facebook page.

Tim Burkholder joins ADNet as Executive Director.

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