We are Adventist Possibility Ministries (APM) – grounded in the belief that the gospel transforms the way we see ourselves, others, and God. How we perceive personal value while having bodies that are less than perfect is changed when we understand the implications of the gospel message. We are APM – recognizing disabilities and loss, but it…
In addition to my administrative assistant, Nilde Itin, there are three individuals who help make this ministry possible.
Adventist Possibility Ministries seeks to inspire, equip, and mobilize those who are differently-abled to serve God and community as expressed in the mission statement of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Possibility Ministries coordinates and facilitates acceptance, support, and inclusion for people who have special needs and for their caregivers.
Adventist Possibility Ministries - A People-Centered Approach - New Free Online Course through the Adventist Learning Community
A free course on Adventist Possibility Ministries is now available through the Adventist Learning Community, in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and also American Sign Language.
When speaking to someone who has a condition that is unfamiliar, people are often wary of saying the wrong thing.
Seventh-day Adventists are bible-believing Christians who base their faith, hope and future in Jesus Christ and His second coming.
We can help you understand the Bible to find freedom, healing and hope in Jesus.
As Christians, strategic planning forces us to seek the mind and will of God.
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Email addresses for world division leaders.
Ministry is a privilege given by God for the modern-day Christian based on biblical principles, the life of Christ, and the love God shows to, for, and with all people.