The Crimson Thread Through Disability invites readers to discover God’s heart for a beautiful community of diverse individuals. Unfortunately, families affected by disability have felt extreme isolation and hopelessness because of their differences. It’s critical to challenge the role that each of us play in making them feel seen, welcome, and loved.
This book will provide a better understanding of God’s word on disability and serve as a reminder of how we are all made in his image. The author paints vivid imagery with the color crimson which resembles the blood that Jesus Christ shed on the cross. A strand of thread displays the way that God weaves individual fibers together to unite us. Whether you’re a care partner, church leader, or volunteer, these directives for believers will reveal our individual and corporate responsibility to spread hope.
Jean Kingery has a background as a college professor, entrepreneur, corporate trainer, missionary, and international church planter which shaped the book that you hold in your hand. Her most exciting assignment (so far) was becoming the co-founder of proVISION ASIA with her husband, Dr. Chip Kingery. They served in south India for three decades empowering and uplifting individuals affected by disability. Jean has been on staff with Global Training Network for over a decade and is a credentialed pastor with the Western Region Missionary Church. She loves travelling, reading and embracing diversity of all cultures and currently living in southern California.