Whether you are pushing a stroller, riding a bicycle, or moving yourself along in a wheel chair, curb cuts benefit you. You may be unfamiliar with the technical term, but a "curb cut" is a familiar and favored feature of the modern sidewalk. People of all mobility levels appreciate curb cuts. They are a good example of universal design, or inclusive design.
Here is a question: would Emmaus Road benefit from social skill curb cuts? Could there be such a thing as relational ramps in our church's social design structure, to empower individuals with varying degrees of social skills to interact and find the spiritual encouragement and accountability we all need within the body of Christ?
For more on this topic, check out the post RETHINKING THE CHURCH'S SOCIAL PRACTICES.