A Conversation About Reproductive Decisions and Faith

I was privileged to have a wonderful conversation several weeks ago with Martha Manikas-Foster, who hosts a show called Inside Out for Family Life Radio. Martha and I have talked and corresponded over the past couple of years about several topics, most recently my book No Easy Choice: A Story of Disability, Parenthood, and Faith in an Age of Advanced Reproduction. She is a joy to interview with; she asks great questions and engages in truly helpful conversation with her guests. When Martha introduced me in this latest interview, she referred to my book as being an exercise in “educational storytelling.” I liked that term, and may start using it myself to describe what I’m trying to do.

To listen to my interview with Martha, click here. The interview is about 25 minutes long.

About Ellen Painter Dollar

Ellen Painter Dollar is a writer focusing on faith, parenting, family, disability, and ethics. She is the author of No Easy Choice: A Story of Disability, Faith, and Parenthood in an Age of Advanced Reproduction (Westminster John Knox, 2012). Visit her web site at http://ellenpainterdollar.com for more on her writing and speaking, and to sign up for a (very) occasional email newsletter.

  • http://olderthanjesus.blogspot.com Alison Hodgson

    That is a great term, Ellen and you should definitely adopt it.

  • http://eatwithjoy.org Rachel Stone

    I second Alison. ‘Educational storytelling’ is a good description of what you do so well.


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