Rev. Bill Gaventa is currently the director of the Summer Institute on Theology and Disability as well as the new Collaborative on Faith and Disability (faithanddisability.org). Bill’s primary areas of experience and expertise are spiritual and faith-based supports for people with disabilities; training for clergy, seminarians, and community services staff; aging and end-of-life/grief issues in intellectual and developmental disabilities; cultural competence; and community building. His most recent book, Disability and Spirituality: Recovering Wholeness, was published by Baylor University Press in 2018.
Articles by this author:
- Engaging Older Adults in WorshipBy Bill Gaventa
Christian churches of all denominations live in a world of constant media banter about generational differences. The progression goes from the Silent Generation to baby boomers to Generation Xers, to millennials (or Generation Y) and now to Generation Z.