Our vision is to value and display the supremacy of God in disability and suffering. God can and does use disability to bring glory to his name. Perhaps the best-known example of this is the man born blind whom Jesus healed. Christ said the man was not blind because of sin, “but that the works of God might be displayed in him” (John 9:1–3).
Our mission is to support and encourage the inclusion of people with disabilities and special needs in the life and work of the church while cultivating supportive, faith-building, Christ-exalting relationships of love.
Our goal is to reach out to people on an individual basis, striving to work with each person and his or her family/caregivers to find the best fit for both growing in faith and for exercising spiritual gifts.