Strengthening people affected by disability.
Jerry Borton has lived 60 years with a disability and has a few miles of life experience. Jerry and his wife, Joan, have helped thousands answering questions about expectations, exploring opportunities, God, careers, family dynamics, and more!
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We would love to talk with you and hear your story! We have helped thousands of individuals, families, churches, and organizations affected by disabilities.
People affected by disabilities have gifts, strengths, and talents to share. Too often deficits are emphasized. When we express a dream, we’re told it is not realistic. We believe understanding Whose you are is step one. Step two is to know who you are. Once you understand Whose you are in Jesus, you have the spiritual resources to deal with the obstacles you’ll face becoming who you are. We coach and mentor people affected by disability to discover those strengths, learn to develop them and use them in their communities.
Whether you are a parent, spouse, child, or sibling of someone with a disability, your family member’s disability affects you. Sometimes it may seem to run family life and you become invisible. Neither you nor your family make-up is a mistake. We count it a privilege to listen to the heart and stories of family members. We would love to listen to, pray with, and encourage any member of your family.
CHURCHES AND BUSINESSES
We understand churches, community groups, and businesses don’t always know how to work together with people who have disabilities. It’s not that you don’t want to, but you need more information. Reach out to us and let us know your need. We’ll help you find the answer to your questions and share training, education, and support.
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“I love these guys. They are such good people. Working hard to take care of those with disabilities. Serving and loving the Lord by reaching the lost.”
Stuart Baldick, Owner-Operator Stuart’s Plumbing
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Read a portion of the incredible story of Jerry Borton’s journey overcoming expectations others had for him because of his cerebral palsy. From baseball to education to marriage, you’ll gain a vision for what is possible.
We’d Love to Work With You!
No question is too small. No obstacle is too large. You can put Jerry & Joan’s forty years each of experience working in disability ministry as it relates to families, churches, camping, recreational activities, and residential services; and their twenty-five years of marriage to work for you. Schedule some time with the Bortons and see how together you can discover purpose, community, and relationships.
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