Global Access Conference 2015 Advances the Worldwide Disability Ministry Movement

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • July 12, 2015
  • 1 Comment
  • Christian Institute on Disability, International

Joni Eareckson Tada speaking at Global Access Conference 2015Conference attendees at Global Access 2015

In February, Joni and Friends hosted the first Global Access Conference, with 1,000 attendees traveling to southern California from 54 countries and 39 states. Speakers Joni Eareckson Tada, Nick Vujicic, Lon Solomon, and Dr. Charles Ware set the tone for a joyful, Spirit-filled week. Pastors, educators, and lay people from all around the world attended workshops and round table discussions. Together, they forged relationships, shared experi­ences, and received ministry tools to practically and effectively promote disability ministry in their local Christian communities.

You can join the movement! Become a member of the Global Access Association. You’ll gain access to valuable ministry resources and network with others who are passionate about sharing Christ with the disability community. Join today!


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Hi just wanted to say how encouraging Ms Joni has been to me over the past year. In July last year I had a car accident only me involved and burst my L4 and had a lot of other injuries. My spinal cord didn't sever but I have permanent injuries to my legs and back and I was a 35 yr old christian very busy wife mama always going. So I came across you on Youtube at John Macarthurs church and it so ministered to me. I didn't know how to live cope or do anything after always being surrounded by people and activity to being alone the majority of the time and so limited. I know my experience is nowhere as extensive as most but I had not heard anyone talk about disablity or suffering before so thank you again so much! Melissa
  • July 15, 2015
  • 12:40 a.m.
  • Melissa