Through the Centre for Disability Ministry in Asia, KIN publishes several different resources to support churches in disability-inclusive ministry
Disability Ministry in Asia (DMA) series
The DMA series is a series of resources that support churches in the work of disability ministry.
Enabling Hearts: A Primer for Disability-Inclusive Churches
Edited by Leow Wen Pin. (Disability Ministry in Asia Series, Volume 1)
This handbook introduces churches to the basics required to start a disability ministry. The book comprises overviews of disability theology and ministry, various issues common to all disability ministries (e.g. creating physical access), how to include people with specific disabilities, and case studies of Singaporean disability ministries.
Koinonia Papers (KPs)
KPs are occasional articles circulated to KIN’s partner churches to enable our partners to constantly grow in their understanding of disability ministry.
Other than the DMA series and KPs, the CDMA also produces peer-reviewed research and other publications to educate churches and drive innovation in the disability ministry sector.
- Ong Ching Hui & Leow Wen Pin. “Towards an Asian Disability Missiology: Reflections from Singapore.” Journal of Asian Missions (forthcoming).
- Leow Wen Pin. Review of Disabilities and the Disabled in the Roman World, by Christian Laes, Journal of Disability and Religion.
- Leow Wen Pin. Review of Pastoral Care and Intellectual Disability: A Person-Centred Approach, by Anne Katherine Shurley, Journal of Disability and Religion.
- Ong Ching Hui. Review of Disability in Mission: The Church’s Hidden Treasure, by David C. Deuel & Nathan G. John, Asia Journal of Theology, 34, no. 1 (2020): 141-143.