Whether it is in-person or virtually, we want our students to know that they have a safe environment to learn and be who God created them to be. During bible study, they are constantly reminded of how fearfully and wonderfully made they are. Regardless of their disability, each one of them is treated with respect and dignity. We acknowledge them as the adults they are and give them a safe place to ask questions and share their thoughts.

Ethan is one of our students who is more to himself but recently, Cris, Ethan’s mom shared with us, “Since starting Pathways, I have seen Ethan blossom. To see him be more verbal and social around his peers was eye-opening.” 

We are so thankful that at Pathways, our students can thrive academically, socially, physically, and spiritually.