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Sign up for the 2020 Wonderfully Made Online Conference!

Join us for our next FREE Zoom Talk with Doc webinar on Friday, October 2, at Noon CST.

Join Doc Hunsley from SOAR and a panel of Disability Ministry leaders including Rachel RitterJoanna French, and Alison Kelisek as they discuss restarting your disability ministry in any sized church! We will give you practical tips to relaunch your ministry and talk through how you can continue to minister to those families who don’t feel comfortable in attending yet. We will also talk about volunteer recruitment and training!

We will be taking your questions live via the chat on Zoom and through Facebook Live comments on the SOAR Facebook page.

Registration is required for the Zoom webinar, you can register by clicking HERE. Please share this with your families and friends! You can submit your questions ahead of time by emailing  doc@soarspecialneeds.org.

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Registration is now OPEN for the Wonderfully Made Special Needs Virtual Conference – Oct 19-23, 2020!

The Wonderfully Made Special Needs Virtual Conference is dedicated to providing “Strength for Today, and Hope for Tomorrow” for families and ministry leaders working with individuals with special needs. This five-day virtual conference will have two tracks available so attendees can engage in specialized breakout sessions designed to empower your involvement in the special needs community. For more information, reach out to info@soarspecialneeds.org.

Watch the highlights of #SOARCamp2020 SOAR Party at Your House!

We had 77 campers from 6 states ages 3-52 y/o!

Families who have children with special needs face major challenges. SOAR is determined to walk beside them so that those challenges will not prevent them from obtaining a bright future.

Individuals with special needs are an important and a vital part of our communities and our lives. Their families are important too, as they strive to see a beautiful future for their entire family. That is why we are committed to provide the key resources for them to thrive.

For years, SOAR has provided rest and renewal for our families: from respite date nights, to summer camp, to training volunteers and supporters to serve individuals with special needs. Now that we have taken the step to be a non-profit organization, it is time for us to SOAR and to create even more key resources for the community we proudly serve.

Rest and renewal are important, but it is not enough. Providing a real future for individuals with special needs in which they have jobs, places to live and to be a vital part of everyday life is not just a dream for SOAR. Instead, we’re making it a reality!

Join us as we help individuals and families with special needs to SOAR! Come SOAR with us!

SOAR Special Needs Ministry

SOAR’s core values come down to the three main questions every family with special needs asks:

  • Will my children ever be able to provide for themself?

  • Who will take care of my child after I’m gone?

  • Who will take care of me?

These are important questions which deserve a committed organization for solving them.

This is why SOAR exists - to provide a powerful destiny for individuals and families with special needs.

Join us now so that we can SOAR together!

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