The Sixth Annual Summer Institute on Theology and Disability was held May 26-29, 2015, in Atlanta, Georgia. It was sponsored by Bethesda Institute; the Center for Leadership in Disability at Georgia State University; Robert and Susan Freeman Philanthropic Fund, Atlanta; Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities; The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta; Mosaic; and Candler School of Theology at Emory University.


Presentation by John Swinton: Every-Body has a Place: A Practical Theology of Hospitality, Community and Belonging
Presentation by Erik Carter: What Matters Most: Supporting People with Disabilities and their Families
Presentation by Hans Reinders & John Swinton: Frontiers in Theology and Disability
Presentation by Hans Reinders: When the World is Falling Apart: Reflections on the Why? Question
Presentation by Mark Johnson: Taking It Personally
Presentation by DeAmon Harges: Making the Invisible Visible
Presentation by Mark Crenshaw: From Recipients of Hospitality to Bearers of Gifts
Presentation by Bishop David Talley: Simplicity and Humility in Worship
Presentation by Barbara J.Newman: Inclusive Worship
Presentation by Monica Coleman: Can Depression and Faith Co-Exist
Presentation by Don Saliers: Is God Still Disabled?: Looking Back and Calling Forward
Presentation by Bill Gaventa, Chris Glaser, Don Pollard & Miyah Sundermeyer: It Matters What You Say, Especially in God-Talk