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Ministry with People with Disabilities
The body of Christ is best when it is complete. Including people with disabilities is part of God’s plan, as we are all fearfully and wonderfully made in His image. Join Deaconess Trombley to learn practical ways to include people of all abilities in your congregation.

Jul 15, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Deaconess Kim Trombley
Vice President of Religious Life @Bethesda Lutheran Communities
Deaconess Kim Trombley is passionate about seeing people of all abilities involved in the life of the church. It brings her joy to see people receiving God’s word and sacraments from their pastor and growing in the faith. After graduating from Concordia Theological Seminary-Fort Wayne in 2012, she was called to Bethesda as a Ministry Consultant. From there, she grew into the role she now serves in as Vice President of Religious Life and Church Relations. Kim oversees the Bethesda Religious Life team and its initiatives to provide faith supports to people supported, staff and congregations. She lives in Fort Wayne, IN with her husband, children and English Bulldog named Luther. Trombley has a Bachelor of Science degree in education and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, and a Master of Art degree leading to Deaconess Certification from Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.